Located in Niihama in Ehime, Japan, Café Mielle lacks the necessary space for the number of customers every day. To combat this deficit, the client wanted to open a new cafe down the street to cater to 80 customers.
To create the new Café Mielle, Suppose Design Office used the idea of creating a socket of a meter in the field so that instead of having a standard two-storey café, as the client wants, the coffee would become a space divided with a floor level of the base of the building and another in the street level.
Due to the need for parking lots of coffee, the facade that faces the car is quite dull, but once that clients turn the corner, the dominant concrete components of the project can illuminate the entire living area. From inside, the dialogue between the heavy concrete and glass opened to create a pleasant setting to enjoy a coffee.
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