Ever wondered how you would feel if stuck inside a giant sack full of coffee beans? Designed in an effervescently refreshing fashion by Innarch, the Don Café House in Pristina, Kosovo offers a hangout that is unique and energizing. The walls of the café are shaped to mimic the curves of a giant sack containing coffee beans inside. Both the color and the contours of the large wall made up of wood help accentuate this affect, while the decor and the furnishings play their part to perfection.
Apart from creating an inimitable atmosphere, the space offers a relaxing setting that allows you to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Hanging pendant lights that are shaped like coffee beans and the pillars covered in coffee sack textiles add to the illusion. The color scheme is kept both neutral with varying shades of brown taking over at different points. In fact, the asymmetrical arrangement of the lights coupled with the right hues give Don Café House its exclusive and unique visual identity.
The most appealing aspect of the entire design is obviously the idea of trying to replicate the atmosphere inside a sack of coffee beans. But it is the bringing together of these aesthetic and functional aspects of design with such lucidity that is simply the icing on the cake.
Cool and captivating, do give the place a visit if you happen to be around Pristina anytime soon!