This fashionable cafe Kith’s was designed by HJGHER. It opened its third location in the Sentosa Cove, Singapore neighborhood, a busy with local upscale residents and tourists location. An open seating welcomes visitors right from the entrance. Baristas make coffee within an island bar. A display of fresh products and drinks is displayed on wrought iron shelves creating an industrial feel of the space.
Different seating variations adds an additional charm to the space providing customers with different experience depending on a chosen place: alfresco seating for a view of the marina; communal tables for new relationships over good food, bar-height seating overlooks the entire café; and private seating at the back.
Custom made tables were assembled from light coloured wood, brass and marble scraps. You will not find any unnecessary ornaments or mass-manufactured furniture in this cafe interior design. Chairs and lighting came from Tom Dixon, Andreu World and Dedon add lively colors to the space. There is an open freezer for takeaways, magazine rack for readers, and an almost 30 feet long chalkboard wall for a handwritten menu and daily specials.
Light wood is used for the flooring of this cafe’s interior design. Just like Kith’s checkered logo, this cafe symbolizes a friendly gathering for a good purpose, to enjoy good food and conversations.
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