Espresso Embassy by sporaarchitects

By : Dennis Franklin | 19 Feb 2014 5:17 pm | Restaurants & Bars

This artisanal coffee shop was designed by the practice of sporaarchitects in 2012 and it is located in downtown Budapest, Hungary in an urban palace built in 1812 with classical details that were left visible in the refurbishment.

The space used to be an apartment spreading over 80 square meters before the transformation and the designers used quality materials along with a simple style to create the Espresso Embassy. The brick vaults and stone brick walls create a bohemian ambiance with a warm timber touch and black stone flooring.

The furniture is made of oak and steel and the illumination is unique, being created out of water pipes to evoke a raw, industrial tone as a contrasting element to the warm and cozy space. The coffee shop looks like an inn built several centuries ago, but offers you wi-fi, high quality espresso and a diverse environment where coffee lovers, intellectuals, students and tourists can meet.

 

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