The modular cafe interior is a convenience-focused and aestheticized concept that is embraced regularly in contemporary times. As the idea of furnishing becomes more adaptable and less set in its ways, many designers begin to experiment vigorously with the notion of modularity. Eduard Eremchuk's latest work fits in effortlessly with this notion.
The Russian architect was commissioned to conceptualize a modular cafe interior for a business in Rostov-on-Don. Eremchuk decided to borrow aesthetic cues from Tetris with bold orange furniture on wheels that borrows the shape of blocks and enables employees or guests to move around the seating as they see fit. Moreover, Eduard Eremchuk's concept spotlights other key design elements that are attention-captivating — the cow-like print that adorns the entirety of the bathroom is a great example of this.
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