Stock Coffee is the name of a café in Nis, Serbia which was designed by the Arhitektura Budjevac practice and it is the first of a future franchise.
The designers had to remove the unessential parts of the interior to expose the concrete ceiling, walls, beams and columns so that the areas are visually connected through the open atrium. The layout is created by two L-shaped spaces that are placed one on top of the other with a large wall extending through the entire coffee shop and it looks like a blackboard with hand-drawn decorations created by the artist Jelena Ilic.
The white tones of the ceilings and the dark tones of the walls receive a warmer touch through the integration of wood in some of the areas along with raw concrete elements in the flooring. The furniture is made to feel informal and cozy and there are industrial touches such as some old sewer pipes that are still visible.