Warsaw brick cafe

Warsaw brick cafe

A small cafe in the centre of Warsaw. Raw brick in combination with colourful neon lights creates a cosy interior atmosphere. 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2018

Area:  25 m2

Warsaw, Poland

2-dimensional ice cream

2-dimensional ice cream

Colourful ice-cream parlour designed in the 2D gaming style of the 1990s. Tiffany blue & pink.

Smooth walls and perforated metal sheets. Suspended elements showcase the proportions of this high-ceilinged room. Attention to detail allowed us to create a nice, cosy space.

 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2020

Area:  50 m2

Chmielna, Warsaw, Poland

The green ellipse

The green ellipse

This commercial Bubble Tea island is perfectly proportioned. Highly visible from any direction, it’s beautifully lit and incorporates nice foliage. A modular booth that can be fully recycled. A new eco perspective.

 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2020

Warsaw, Poland

The amber bar

The amber bar

Restaurant located in a historic tenement house in Radom. An elegant, polished concept. The amber trail.

 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2018

Area:  75 m2

Radom, Poland

Three in one

Three in one.

Three restaurants under one roof. New ideas, unusual menu, Japanese atmosphere. Connecting people.

 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2020

Area:  150 m2

Nowy Świat, Warsaw, Poland

Japan vibes

Japan vibes

A small yet atmospheric spot on the culinary map of Warsaw. The essence of Japan in the centre of this Polish city.

Illuminated dividing walls depicting the shadows of Japanese characters add a theatrical touch.

 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2020

Area:  100 m2

Żurawia, Warsaw, Poland

Playroom. Not only for little ones

Playroom. Not only for little ones

A unique space to relax and have fun with Japanese vibes. For visitors who are young and young at heart.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk

Year:   2020

Area:  85 m2

Nowy Świat, Warsaw, Poland