Tomas Hofmo
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Fish Shack (The) Vancouver, BC, Canada designed by BOX Interior Design

Coffee Shops Around The World And Their Eye-Catching Interior Design Details Pallet wall

Everything In Its Season: Jiun Ho Designs Interior for Saison Restaurant | Projects | Interior Design

By the entry, a partition built from firewood and steel stands 10 feet high beneath the ceiling. Photography by Bruce Damonte/Saison.

Isa Restaurant- Brooklyn, NY

A Modern Rustic Restaurant in Brooklyn - Design*Sponge

Coffee Shops From Around The World http://www.homedit.com/coffee-shops-around-world-eye-catching-interior-design-details/ These spaces are breathtaking. I could easily see myself working as a traveling nomadic barista working at each of these shops for just a short period of time. #TheDream #Coffee #Caffiend

I love how this cafe has used recycled materials to create authentic texture. A contemporary wall treatment created by artfully combining a furniture maker’s wood scraps. By Anne-Sophie Poirier for the Slowpoke Cafe, Melbourne Australia.

Best Restaurant: Höst (Denmark) / Norm Architects. Image

Restaurant Höst is a minimalist restaurant interior created by Denmark-based designers Norm Architects & Menu. Höst is an embodiment of the clash between romanticism and modernity – a space of multiple stories intertwining and correlating.

Piano piano. Italian restaurant# restaurant design by Nir portal architects

Italian restaurant# restaurant design by Nir portal architects - Inspiration for Restaurant in Middle East by SI Architects

Enjoy year-round Oktoberfest revelry at Melbourne's new South Wharf beer hall... http://www.we-heart.com/2015/01/21/munich-brauhaus-south-warf-melbourne/

Say hello to Munich Brauhaus, a German beerhall in the heart of South Wharf. Perched on a raft slab open to the Yarra beneath Munich Brauhaus boasts all the trappings of a traditional Bavarian bierhaus with a clean modern edge. The venue.

Munich Brauhaus, South Wharf, 2014 - Technē Architecture + Interior Design #wood

Munich Brauhaus, South Wharf, 2014 - Technē Architecture + Interior Design Wood ends

I love the idea of a chalkboard wall for Annabel's Diner (which will first appear in Book (or "Track") 2: Fight the Good Fight. #ArtsAngels

coffee shop - eclectic chairs and a chalkboard menu

The Slowpoke Cafe, posted recently on Dezeen, really inspires me with its innovative, yet simplistic, use of recycled floor boards and timber pieces to create a cozy space. Even though the budget was small, warmth and depth were achieved by the main focal point-- a great feature wall. The fact that almost all materials were gathered from local flea markets adds to my excitement for this space!

Slowpoke Espresso, Melbourne Reclaimed wood wall - what a beautiful focal point!