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Asketik creates stark white coffee shop in Soviet silk factory

Posted on 11 January, 2018 by Paige
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Asketik creates stark white coffee shop in Soviet silk factory

Russian studio Asketik has designed a cafe with bright white interiors in Moscow, offset with many indoor plants to soften the industrial space.

Bloom-n-Brew occupies a former Soviet silk factory overhauled by Asketik, which also led the branding design, including a new logo and menu with a type-based graphic.

Softening the cafe are numerous indoor plants in terracotta pots, and different seating nooks. The lush foliage pops against the stark space.

Bloom-n-brew by Asketik

The square floor plan is organised around a central coffee area, with four counters that are wrapped in powder-coated profiled sheeting, commonly used for roofs and fences.

A nook alongside the windows accommodates distinct, high wooden table designs. Another high-top area features a series of barstools, with simple hooks designed by Asketik.

Bloom-n-brew by Asketik

The studio was founded by designer Maxim Maximov, who started with one small object at a time to grow a full collection. Asketik's shelves are also used at Bloom-n-Brew, along with other pieces.

Curved-back chairs and small round tables are included in white, black and light wood. Designed by Delo Design of Saint Petersburg, these pieces have an eclectic yet unified effect.

Bloom-n-brew by Asketik

Also new to Moscow's food and drink scene are a shiny pink pastrami joint and a concrete-clad restaurant with a geometric exterior, both by Crosby Studios.

Photography is by Mikhail Loskutov.

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