The idea for the interior aesthetic was born from the intersection of the client's contrasting concepts, which also appears in the name. Organic forms and shapes, orderly walls intertwine here with the severity of an industrial ceiling, blue neon light or work tables. The irregularity of the lines, the mix of geometric forms, white and black are in keeping with the aesthetics of the logo, which also appears on the neon sign.
The interior features a number of homegrown brands, such as mugs from Polish ceramics studio Aoomi, a vintage Violetta chest of drawers and a Salak table. A restored Halabali armchair in Boucle fabric alludes to the shop's name, as does a raven lamp by Seletti. The paintings hanging on the walls depict a large roasting and shop project that is currently under construction in the west-south corner of Poland.
You can visit the café in Warsaw's Wola district.
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Agnieszka Rojewska Photos: Martyna Rudnicka