A21Studio has completed the 'Salvaged Ring,' a coffee shop that was made from scrap pieces of wood. Instead of throwing this material away, the firm realized the potential in using it for this new purpose.
The coffee shop is located in Vietnam, along a small road in the countryside. For the roof, the shape is curved in design, with everything underneath focused mainly around the central courtyard. It's also quite spacious allowing for a number of different visitors to come in and enjoy a nice cup of Java. Vietnam is also known to have some of the best coffee in the world, so having a coffee shop in the countryside is ideal for those on longer trips. Backpackers can have their morning iced coffee and then be on their way!
Photo Credits: designboom, a21studio.vn
A21Studio Makes a Store from Recycled Wood
1. Scrap Wood Construction - The use of scrap wood in construction projects presents an opportunity for sustainable and cost-effective building solutions.
2. Coffee Shop Design - Innovative coffee shop designs that utilize unique materials such as scrap wood can create a memorable and environmentally friendly customer experience.
3. Countryside Coffee Culture - The rise of coffee shops in rural areas taps into the growing demand for unique and authentic coffee experiences outside of urban settings.
1. Architecture and Construction - Architects and builders can embrace the use of scrap wood in their designs to create eco-friendly and visually striking structures.
2. Hospitality and Food Service - The coffee shop industry can explore innovative design concepts, like the use of recycled materials, to enhance customer experiences and differentiate their establishments.
3. Travel and Tourism - Countryside coffee shops offer an opportunity for travel and tourism businesses to attract visitors seeking local and authentic experiences in picturesque locations.