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Brandlife

Autor: Viction Workshop
Publisher: Victionary
ISBN: 9789887714811
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Brandlife examines immersive brand experience across a variety of consumer or service related businesses in the fields of hospitality, retail and dining. Each volume explores a distinct business type and how the standouts work to build a cohesive brand strategy through the integration of graphic identity with space design. This volume looks at cafes and features projects by multidisciplinary studios as well as collaborative teams of graphic designers, makers, and architects, alongside interviews revealing how they work together to realize their unique visions.

Caf Best Of Coffee Shop Design

Autor: A. A. Braun
Publisher: Braun Publish,Csi
ISBN: 9783037680452
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The design of coffee shops is increasingly on the move. Where cafés have traditionally been viewed as places principally to enjoy a coffee, they have evolved to show a broad range of multifunctional purposes and amenities: They can, for instance, exist as cozy lunch-time meeting spots before abruptly transforming into vibrant late-night bars after sundown. Café! Best of Coffee Shop Design shows the wide scope of different café concepts, including coffee bars as integral parts of cutting-edge multipurpose buildings, flagship stores and traditional shops with a contemporary twist. The 40 projects featured comprise an extensive variety of designs and styles, ranging from minimalist, strict and reduced, to opulent and extravagant.

Caf S Coffeehouses

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ISBN: 9789887714811
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"Covering topics from conception to application, BRANDLife: Cafés & Coffeehouses offers an insider's view on the making of coffee institutions that play up today's experience-driven coffee culture. The book attests the power of branding though 57 tasteful graphic identity and interior design projects from around the world. The synergy between these expertly curated collateral, furnishings and spaces is then decoded in interviews with design whiz such as Kokoro & Moi, moodley brand identity, We Are Huntly and Kleydesign. The scintillating line-up also comprises head of top coffee roasters Verve and Ritual, who offer words of wisdom on realising vision and making coffee with an attitude"--Publisher's description.

Coffee Culture

Autor: Robert Schneider
Publisher: Images Publishing
ISBN: 1864706201
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Coffee Culture: hot coffee + cool spaces is a full-color presentation of coffee shops crafting great coffee in interesting spaces with good design aesthetics. The author has selected thirty-three coffee shops located in cities across the United States, including Ann Arbor, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Oakland, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Seattle. Photography by an eclectic group of photographers captures the feel and personality of each coffee shop. The concept of space is often extended from the shop interior to the neighborhood—interweaving coffee, art, architecture, design, and historic preservation. The book showcases coffee shops located in historic buildings, modern architecture, an art museum, an arcade, a courtyard, a former loading dock and even a reclaimed cargo shipping container—but the common thread is an appreciation for great coffee in spaces that invite human interaction and create memories through good design.

Caf S Coffee Shops

Autor: Martin M. Pegler
Publisher: Visual Reference Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781584710585
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"Gourmet shops, diners, casual dining, fast foods, food courts"--Cubierta.

Appetizer

Autor: Gestalten
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag-DGV
ISBN: 9783899559309
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"Interior designers and architects are creating unforgettable spaces and setting stunning new standards for restaurants, bars, and cafes. People love to go out and indulge their senses by trying new restaurants. Pastel colors, hyper-realistic murals, indoor jungles, curved and luxurious couches, golden accents, and soft light. Designers, architects, and restaurateurs transform a night out at a restaurant into a unique and memorable experience. An array of interiors creatively correspond with each particular menu's offerings; Appetizer visits fashionable bars, tasteful eateries, cozy cafes, mobile food trucks and everything in between. Exquisite room concepts are realized with unusual ideas and materials, and experts showcase how to create dream rooms in dining realms. Within Appetizer awaits a range of inspiration for all who wish to satisfy their visual hunger."--

Caf Plus

Autor: Manuel N. Zornoza
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781864707830
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* Illustrated descriptions of 35 eclectic coffee shops from all over the world, mostly completed after 2015* Many of the included projects have received accolades for their design* A rich source of inspiration for architects, professional designers and photographers, this book will also be of interest to coffee shop owners, who are deciding what design features would best fit their dream caf�Third wave coffee shops dominate the mainstream, as the fourth wave, heavily reliant on e-commerce, is still being defined. The reason that physical stores do not become retail d�j� vu attributes largely to consumers' notion that coffee shops are not only a place to savor a hot beverage, but a space to socialize and bond. Caf� Plus is a chic book-of-the-moment that collects coffee shop interiors by excellent designers from around the world. The projects featured in this book serve more than coffee; they are multi-functional venues that interpret the global concept of a 'caf�' to suit their needs. Interspersed with illustrations and detailed descriptions of design concepts, the featured projects are all from the past three years, showcasing the latest trends in interior caf� design. This beautifully packaged book will appeal to coffee shop owners, architects, interior designers, and photographers.

Meet You At The Cafe

Autor: Sendpoints
Publisher: Gingko Press Editions
ISBN: 9789887757221
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Meet You at the Cafe presents some of the best cafe brands around the world with an illuminating history of both coffee and coffee shops. Today's cafes are the ultimate multi use facility, part social gathering place, part home office and study hall, they each have unique requirements based on the needs of their clientele. Perhaps first and foremost, a cafe must be a space that reflects customers' tastes and comfort level, but also quality goods and amenities.

Whet My Appetite

Autor: Gingko Press
Publisher: Gingko Press
ISBN: 9781584235200
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For many of us, eating out is one of the supreme pleasures in life. The experience exposes us to the talents of a legion of chefs and entrepreneurs who find fulfillment in creating subtle and original experiences for our palates. This consideration does not stop at taste, but extends to the other senses as well, providing new combinations of form, color and texture that can comfort or tantalize. This can also be true of the design of restaurants. Through the skillful actions of designers, a brand's aims can be met as the overall experience is enhanced. For the eateries profiled here, every decision is deliberate and a part of the whole brief - from interior graphics and signage, to menu, packaging and utensil design. Whet My Appetite presents the cr me de la cr me of recent design for restaurants that are pushing the boundaries of taste.

Brandlife

Autor: Viction Workshop
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789887774631
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This exciting new volume in the Brandlife series profiles the world's best conceived and realized brand identities for hotels and hostels. Beginning with interviews of some of the leading hoteliers profiled, Hip Hotels and Hostels reveals the challenges as well as rewards of building a distinctive brand in today's climate. Features graphic identities, interiors and architecture as well as expert talks with designers and creative directors.

Graphics And Space

Autor: Shaoqiang Wang
Publisher: Gingko PressInc
ISBN: 9781584233893
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Curated case studies present indoor murals, furniture and custom wallpaper hand-designed by leading illustrators such as Miss Led, Alessandro Suzzi and Camille Rousseau. A gallery space at the University of the Arts in London was revived by artist Mike Ballard, who created a digital collage on the ceiling and covered the entire gallery in a multimedia representation of an Egyptian mask - just one of the completely immersive and critically acclaimed spaces featured.

Best Ugly

Autor: AvroKO
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 006113693X
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How did the James Beard award–winning design and architecture team AvroKO become one of the hottest restaurant design firms in Manhattan? They start with a concept, which blossoms to images, ideas, colours, and objects. One of the design lexicons that stuck with the design team is "best ugly" – a term that AvroKO came across when traveling together in China. The oxymoronic yet interesting term is used to describe something that is beautiful and charming in an offbeat, awkward, and obtuse sort of way. In their design book, "Best Ugly", the thirtysomething design team of best friends shows readers how each idea and concept can be integrated into a sophisticated design touch. For anyone interested in design, restaurants, architecture, or sexy photography, "Best Ugly" is a visual feast.

Vintage Modern

Autor: Sandu Publishing
Publisher: Gingko Press Editions
ISBN: 9781584236757
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Drawing inspiration from the past is fertile ground for designers, who often update classic iconography to create modern designs that evoke the charm of previous decades while staying true to a client's needs. These creatives blend the look and feel of vintage logos with retro clip art and period colors to respond to market trends and communicate a brands mission. With reverence and skill, the designers included in this volume have produced some of the most sophisticated designs to marry past and present seamlessly. From logos for clothing and bicycle companies, to restaurant or cafe branding and interiors, and packaging for food, wine, personal care and more.

Yum Yum

Autor: Sandu Publications,
Publisher: Gingko Press
ISBN: 9781584235903
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Features information and analysis of brand strategies used to catch the eye of hungry consumers and entice them into trying a new delicacy, after all, even the tastiest product in the world still needs to be noticed, picked up, and tried.

Takeaway Food Packaging Now

Autor: Yvett Arzate Gomez
Publisher: Images Publishing
ISBN: 9781864707069
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Focuses on a rapidly growing market in the field of design Contains beautiful packaging patterns and advertising concepts, all illustrated in color Both aesthetically pleasing for the casual reader, and useful as a reference for designers and students With every passing year, the strength of takeaway food packaging design becomes stronger, particularly with the increased popularity and ease of ordering food online as well as eating on the go. As a branch of graphic design, the essence of this packaging is to grab the potential customer's attention and identify a brand. Packaging design can make a big difference in the sales of a product, since it not only works to inform the consumer, but also provoke a feeling or reaction, communicate emotion, and even respond to any given desire. Good packaging is attractive and can impress people with its creativity and it is a way for the customer to express their identity. It offers a fabulous opportunity for companies to communicate with consumers and it is a powerful marketing tool that can make brands instantly recognizable around the world. This comprehensive full-color guide explores current global trends in takeaway food packaging design driven by a broad range of high caliber designers, including big global players and fast-food giants, and boutique brands. This book provides useful detail on a wide assortment of materials used, recyclability and sustainability, and functionality; all essential components in regard to overall customer appeal. No other advertising medium is as close to the consumer as takeaway food packaging is - it is literally in their hands."

Delicious

Autor: Design 360o Magazine
Publisher: Edizioni Flamant
ISBN: 9788417084042
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Delicious focuses on the visual identity of chocolate boutiques, bakeries and confectionaries, and coffee shops. It is an excellent source for designers and shop owners working in this field as it shows the best examples worldwide in interior and graphic design, packaging, stationary and product positioning.

Handstyle Lettering

Autor: Viction Workshop
Publisher: Gingko Press Editions
ISBN: 9789887714842
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Handstyle Lettering puts the best in contemporary hand-lettering on display with artist profiles as well as broad surveys of handcrafted typographic projects used for signage, logos, invitations and more. The on-trend pieces within exist at the intersection of art, typography and design; their creators help lend authenticity and style to corporate identities, or allow small brands and individual projects distinguish themselves from competitors with elegance and flair. The collection is complemented with break-downs of calligraphic type and alphabet practice guides.

Design Origin Germany

Autor: Victionary
Publisher: Gingko Press Editions
ISBN: 9789881320452
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The second volume in the highly esteemed Design Origin series moves east to examine the best in visual communication coming out of Germany. As with the previous volume, featured creatives include household names as well as up and comers whose work epitomizes leading edge design. In-depth interviews compliment brief portfolios of their work to present a clear picture of each participants distinct voice. Encompassing all manner of design from posters and business cards to calendars, books and pamphlets, packaging design, fashion, art direction and photography. Contributors include: Neubau Berlin, Bernhard Lang, Elizaveta Porodina, Deutsche & Japaner Creative Studio, Nils Poppe, HelloMe, Moby Digg, Marcel Husler, Bureau Hardy Seiler, Studio Mennicke and Scott Leder.

Camo Mania

Autor: Viction Workshop
Publisher: Gingko Press Editions
ISBN: 9789887774648
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No longer relegated solely to drab or muted earthtones, camouflage is undergoing a renaissance as designers experiment with new patterns and color palettes to create fresh and unexpected results for a variety of applications. With traditional elements or new figurative or abstract iconography and in every color of the rainbow, from black and white to the primaries, day-glo colors and pastels. Much of the work is commercial in nature and includes the very best in packaging, promotion, fashion and furniture design. Other artists take it to the streets with stunning murals and installation art. All are surprising in the way they take an otherwise tired trend and completely rejuvenate it with talent and enthusiasm. Prepare to be disrupted!

Fantastic Designs In The Store

Autor: Xia Jiajia
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789881468833
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In contrast with the Store Interior Design Collection, this book focuses on the overall physical appearance of the shop, shopfront included, and its role in visual merchandising An innovative combination of corporate identity design, visual identity, and interior design theory In the age of online shopping, how can physical stores attract shoppers, stimulate buying behaviour, and compete with their virtual rivals? Impressive visual merchandising design may tilt matters in their favour. Not only can it lure the customers across the threshold, but it also establishes and reinforces a unique brand image, anchoring the company in the customer's mind. Revolving around fashion, lifestyle and food stores, Fantastic Designs in the Store presents over 50 of the hottest and most exciting shop layouts from all over the world. It demonstrates how a shop's visual dimension influences customer psyche, drawing people in and inviting them to browse. Each project is presented with high-res images and sophisticated description, making this book both an aesthetic journey into the heart of commercial style, and a wonderful reference for designers. No matter whether you are a designer seeking inspiration or a shop manager looking for integrated visual design, this collection will serve you well."