Cafeteria

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about cafeteria

Project • By CERAMICHE KEOPEBars

Technoprobe Cafeteria Lecco

Technoprobe, a large company based in the province of Lecco, has gained in a very short time a prestigious position in the field of international microelectronics. Its success is due, among other things, to its extreme care and the ability to support change.Unsurprisingly, the Technoprobe cafeteria looks like a trendy restaurant. The resin effect of the Elements Design porcelain stoneware collection covers floors and walls with soft but firm reflections. The mixed hexagons frame the countertop and draw contrasting patterns, in a rhythmic alternation with large slabs in Beige and Ivory tones. Natural light, passing through the large windows, enhances colours and shapes. The Nordic and comfortable furnishings add freshness to the environment. More

Project • By Samuelov StudioOffices

Locusview

Our interior design for Locusview, a digital platform of construction data for energy infrastructure, was inspired by the company’s merging of low-tech and high-tech. Our mission was two-fold, to create a beautiful design in line with the company’s values, while focusing on giving users a top-notch experience.  We designed a cafeteria lounge full of color, sober designs and functional spaces; a spacious and efficient kitchen space and a relaxing and imposing terrace, which serves as a place to relax and recharge in the middle of the day.  More

Project • By GKD Metal FabricsRestaurants

Plant Canteen, Munster

GKD created a multifunctional roller shutter in this cafeteria using Tigris stainless steel mesh. The electrically controlled metal mesh elements made of stainless steel, each 13 feet wide and 4 feet high, provide security and protection for the space when the cafeteria is not in operation. More

Project • By Vector MaisOffices

Porto Office Park

Located in Boavista, Porto Office Park (POP) is one of the most modern and innovative office parks in Portugal, combining sustainability, design and comfort. Divided between two buildings, the project by the Broadway Malyan stands out for its striking architecture, excellent urban setting and bright interior spaces with quality details. In this project, Vector Mais was responsible for the design and construction of the POP Eats canteen, auditorium and conference rooms. In the restaurant, with a capacity for 250 people, the interiors were inspired by industrial environments. In a mix of dark tones, metallic structures and exposed technical installations, POP Eats is an intimate and welcoming space. The auditorium and conference rooms w... More

Project • By BergmeyerCommunity Centres

Community Center at Mount Holyoke College

Our collaboration with Mount Holyoke began as a feasibility study of centralizing their five residential dining facilities. While the concept proved both financially and physically feasible, the cultural and trustee approval feasibility proved more complicated. Following several months of research, workshops, and consensus-building, the project emerged as a reimagined community center that combines a variety of co-curricular, social, student services, and dining spaces in the center of campus. The historic Blanchard Hall structure, formerly the campus gymnasium, is organized on three programmatic levels, connected by a sun-filled central atrium. The entry-level reinvents the original basketball court as a new “campus lobby” or... More

Project • By Studio ForwardBars

LE CATTIVE

Le Cattive, inside Palazzo Butera, is a space with multiple functions, that is today a place dedicated to wine culture but it will become the cafeteria of the museum, when opened. Thanks to the collaboration with Arch. Giovanni Cappelletti, we designed a contemporary space, that doesn't deny its historical soul. The space has a central entrance, with two different desks that identify the cafeteria space and the wine bar space. The floors have been partially recovered from the original floor of Palazzo Butera terrace, putting an emphasis on longitude, while the wine caveau, light and modern, is the real exhibition space. More

Project • By Joao MoraisShops

Rota do Sul

Refurbishment of a 50m2 shop in Lisboa Estrela neighbourhood, converted to gourmet grocery and coffeeshop. More

Project • By archidealBars

archideal.eu

Having coffee in great environment equals to starting a day joyfully.  More

Project • By Plataforma de ArquitecturaUniversities

Cafetería Central UG

In response to the request of the University of Guanajuato, a proposal was made for the central cafeteria of the Celaya Campus. This proposal was conceived to be carried out in three stages, for which reason it was very important to have a very efficient construction system that would help in the expansion stages of the same. The scheme has a general dining room with the main kitchen and toilets. This room would be expanded in a second stage with more space for diners and with some dining rooms for special events. As a third stage, exterior premises for concessions or franchises are proposed. More

Project • By Form4 ArchitectureOffices

Salt

For the offices of a global search engine company, Form4 Architecture created a modern and sophisticated workplace that celebrates the story of salt production, a prominent Bay Area industry dating back to 1854.  The design draws upon the history and characteristics of the South Bay landscape, as well as the confluence of nature and industry.   The workplace includes three branded cafés with al-fresco dining and seating for 216; a fitness center with lockers rooms and outdoor exercise area; meeting rooms in a variety of configurations for group interactions and private conversations; a 178-seat auditorium aptly named “Tech Talk” for company presentations and guest speakers; and 50 electric vehicle charging sta... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Po

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.The original wood paneling from the early 1950s was renovated to lighten up overall decor and make it more delicate. In the same way, the ce... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Carlo Felice

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.The first phase of the project brought the venue back to its original layout: unnecessary walls were removed to reveal its longitudinal profile,... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Vittorio Emanuele

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.Inside one of Turin’s oldest fine pastry shops, all elements with historical value were recovered and enhanced, while those... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Catarina - Il salotto della badessa

La Badessa, literally “the abbess”, is a renowned Piedmontese-cuisine restaurant in Turin. It is named after noblewoman Maria Catarina Operti di Cervasca, a nun who left the convent for love, eloped and lived happily as a cook, then returned to monastic life in her later years. Now Catarina is back to tell her story, stopping just for a moment before her sweet and sinful escape. Catarina, featuring a sensual upholstered bench, is inspired by traditional boudoirs and blends new elements and retro details. The historic counter fits in with vintage paintings, but is completed and complemented by a streamlined and contemporary structure; it is a monolith covered in sensual penny-tile mosaic, like an island at the center of the room... More

Project • By Marina Rechter - ReMa architectsOffices

viaccess orca office

All the public and semi-public office spaces were demolished and re-designed from scratch, around the concept of 'interaction'. The rest of the space received a superficial treatment to in order to maintain a coherent look & feel. The goal was to create a liberating and inspiring work environment.A seating area is the focal point of the entrance space where large seating furniture are accompanied by a big bookcase, a TV and an and inviting blackboard.The round, glass meeting room is both, a separation and a means for directing the users' movement toward the socially-central dining area.The intended dynamic atmosphere is supported by the graphics on the wall, the color choices and the flow of space. Photography: Amit Goshe... More