Coutume Interior design Cafe by CUT Architectures

Developed in 2011, this project was the first Coutume Cafe in that area. It’s located in the center of Paris, France and it’s an unusual project because it combines a roastery and a coffee place, which is not something you see every day. This 90 sq meter project was developed by CUT Architectures in collaboration with Benjamin Clarens & Yann Martin architects.

The idea was to create a place were people can go to enjoy the best coffee in Paris as well as a selection of fresh and organic food. It’s not a common combination as people usually go to a coffee place whenever they want to chat with a friend or to simply enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, and they go to a restaurant when they want to eat. Now you can have them both in the same place.

The interior design of this place is a typical Parisian interior, with high ceilings, moldings, columns and an old shop door, together with plain oak tables and new oak flooring. Inside there’s also a laboratory featuring white square tiles. Grid lighting, stainless steel, industrial plastic curtains and laboratory glassware. It seems like an inviting place, with a variety of offers and a great place to eat and chat. Sp whenever you’re in the area, make sure you make a stop there.{found on archdaily, and pics by David Foessel}

Published by in Interiors, on August 22nd, 2011


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