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An A-Frame Design Creates A Noticeable Look For This Coffee Shop

December 30, 2021

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.

Architecture and interior design firm STUDIÉ has recently completed Bermuda Coffee and Eatery, a new coffee shop in Jakarta, Indonesia.

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.

The A-frame-shaped coffee shop design, which is angled at 45 degrees from the road, was chosen not only for the architecture, but also for the cafe’s brand identity.

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.

The building has a wall of windows on one end, as well as sections on both sides. The roof is covered in shingles, while custom iron has been used for the window frames.

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.

Inside the light-filled coffee shop, there’s a wood-lined ceiling, while the framing is exposed and draws the eye upward. A brick wall provides a backdrop for the service area.

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.
A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.

Customers can also sit outside on custom-designed concrete seating and steps. At night, hidden lighting adds a soft glow to the exterior space.

Custom designed concrete seating and steps of a coffee shop.

Here’s a look at the elevation, section, and floor plan of the coffee shop.

A modern A-frame coffee shop design with an exposed structure, a wall of windows, and wood detailing.
Photography by Mario Wibowo and Andhy Prayitno | Design: STUDIÉ | Lead Architects: Ivan Eldo, Architect in Charge: Ilham Sulthony | Contractor: Elevasi Konstruksi

Source: Contemporist

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