Situated one meter below the street level, the Café la Miell by Suppose Design Office allows you to see bystanders admiring the solid concrete architecture. It also lets the café utilize the basement fully and hence, the slanting roof is worked out with shingle lining it on the exterior. Semi-glassy ceilings and a brilliant pattern of lights, inside the cafeteria and on the terrace, definitely lend the entire construction a grace of its own. One hardly misses the contrastive trickery of timber inside gimmicking the most undaunted concrete all around. Ample parking space, sufficient lighting, huge seating capacity and a typical SDO expertise; you can hardly ask for more!
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