The Shot Cafe is one of the latest additions to the London landscape. It's a contemporary coffee shop that nevertheless may look like something else entirely upon first glance. That is because the design of the Shot Cafe was inspired by a laboratory -- specifically Victorian medical laboratories. Although that might seem weird at first, it is meant to capture the healthy aspects of the food and drinks served at this spot.
Designed by Wilson Holloway, the Shot Cafe is located in the St. Paul's district. It boasts a ton of white space as well as tiled materials. Yet the Shot Cafe still manages to have a welcoming feel to it rather than a sterile one. It was created using 3D software on a customizable 150x150mm square grid.
Photo Credits: designboom, wilsonholloway
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