Designing Coffee: New Coffee Places and Branding

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Experience the thrill of indulging in coffee at cutting-edge designed and unique spaces worldwide that will make your heart race. In recent years, the coffee industry has ignited a cultural and creative movement.

Cafes, roasters, and coffee shops worldwide are trying new ways to make their spaces and product packaging unique, such as using jute bags, logos, or merchandise. They want to stand out from the rest. 

“Designing Coffee” delves into creating unique and imaginative coffee shops in today’s world. The book covers topics such as establishing brand identity and packaging, as well as designing the interior and architecture of the shops.

This book celebrates distinctive spaces like Japan’s minimalist tea-house-like coffee shops or Vietnam’s communist-themed cafes. It guides how to create a unique space that reflects your individuality.

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