Whether you're searching for a space to work, read, or have a tête-à-tête, look no further. These cafés each bring something different to the table.
Materials, furniture, and plants from Colombia honor the origin of Devoción's brews.
Originally belonging to a chocolate factory in Kaposvár, Hungary, the old counters were a pastel green that inspired the renovation's color scheme.
Curved edges throughout add a softness to the space.
The built-in banquette of this tiny store encourages conversation.
Fragments of copper form the undulating roof.
The Beijing cafe's peacock-blue walls and white acrylic installation were inspired by streams of water.
The vinyl curtain separates a servicing workspace for the company's tech department.
François Chambard designed the powder-coated steel and maple bar.
The Los Angeles hot spot features bench seating in milky terrazzo.
10. GB Space gets mood lighting right for PH Coffee in Beijing.
Archways and graphic flooring visually divide the "zones" of the store.