ideograf & paulina czurak design corner café in gdynia, poland
 
ideograf & paulina czurak design corner café in gdynia, poland ideograf & paulina czurak design corner café in gdynia, poland
jul 22, 2016

ideograf & paulina czurak design corner café in gdynia, poland

ideograf & paulina czurak design corner café in gdynia, poland

 

 

 

tea for two? how about 2,740? that’s the precise number of custom-manufactured teacups that fill a wall of the deco-influenced ‘corner café’ in the polish city of gdynia. designed collaboratively by ideograf and paulina czurak design studio, the downtown coffee stop (swiętojańska street) combines twenties-era detailing with contemporary accoutrements.

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images © tomasz nowicki studio

 

 

 

the project’s crowned jewel comes in the form of a solid wall composed of, as stated above, 2,740 ceramic pieces. due to installation needs, all had to be produced at the studios’ request — a signification of the close client-firm relationship developed throughout. wooden furnishings, vintage posters, and a custom logo work in tandem with architectural design, making ‘corner café’ a unique spot to grab a bite and drink. ‘corner café’ was created in collaboration by ideograf and paulina czurak design studio.

ideograf paulina czurak design studio corner café gdynia poland
‘corner café’

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teacups

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wall (detail)

ideograf paulina czurak design studio corner café gdynia poland
seating, full wall

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‘corner café’ designed by ideograf

ideograf paulina czurak design studio corner café gdynia poland
deco signage

 

 

project info: 

 

architects: ideograf, paulina czurak design studio
location: gdynia,poland
area: 120 m2
year: 2015
photography: tomasz nowicki (TNS studio)

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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