In 2013, Innarch developed this contemporary interior for the Don Coffee Firm in Pristina, Kosovo.
It was constructed from 1365 pieces of specially reduce and formed plywood to generate the impression of becoming inside a crumpled bag of coffee beans.
Don Café Property by Innarch:
“Don Café House is the very first idea introduced by the Don Coffee company in Kosovo. Its concept was the expansion of the organization by offering to the clients a greater possibility to taste their merchandise in the new environments of the Don Café House in a pattern of chain setup across the territory of Kosovo and beyond.
Through research and researches conducted into Don Café, Inarch was in a position to come up with a distinctive conceptual and visual concept expected to distinguish it from other traditional coffee bars by giving it a modern day image.
The concept / inspiration for the design derives from sack filled with coffee grains.
The walls of the bar are organically shaped and colored like coffee sack created up of “Plywood” type of wood, whereby the pillars in among are coated with textile coffee sacks.
Tables and hanging chandeliers represent the coffee grains lined up asymmetrically in order to create the impression of becoming inside a coffee sack.
The separating wall has a double function decorative and functional. Its organic shape consists the most dominant element of the premise enabling a unique feeling of sitting unlike any other 1 comes across in each day life.
Proper the middle of the bar is equipped with seats and tables also distinctive by their design establishing a connection in-between the atmosphere by separating wall and the bar.
The separation wall section is completed by the section behind the bar achieving thus the closing shape of the sack. This section performs the display role for the articles of the company.
The bar shape plays an essential part too in the functioning of the bar by producing diversities in sorts of coffees and the taste on the menu card. The outer perimeter is coated with a sort of organic layer yielded by the 4cm plywood parts and reflects/depicts the dynamism of the bar itself.
The project was accomplished by the 2cm and 4 cm thick plywood material.
For the purposes of producing the developed organic shape, the whole plywood material was shaped in CNC machine separately in components and in the end assembled.
Every single of the plywood element was developed individually. This due to the fact for the creation of an whole organic shape, each of the element wants to be developed separately.
The whole premise consists of 1365 pieces of plywood, each dimensioned, designed, reduce and assembled.”
Photos by: Atdhe Mulla