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The Mango Tree Eatery Offers a Utilitarian and Open-Concept Dining Experience

 - Mar 20, 2016
References: facebook & retaildesignblog.net
The Mango Tree Cafe located in Sichuan offers consumers a utilitarian dining experience thanks to the urban factory setting of the eatery. The cafe is set up inside an open-concept building space that offers exposed brick walls, large floor-to-ceiling windows and raw use of materials to create a free flowing, minimalist and modern space for customers to gather and spend time in.

The set up of the Mango Tree Cafe is simple and streamlined, making use of industrial materials to bring a sense of functionality to the space. The cafe is open-concept unfinished cement walls, exposed ceiling fixtures and wooden flooring. Vintage leather chairs, large communal tables and modern hailing lights are added to bring a sense of comfort to the space.