A cafe in Moscow between rigour and functionality

The functionality of a coffee enclosed in a few simple architectural gestures. In the heart of Moscow, the interior by Asketik Studio goes in search of its essence.

Getting the most out of the minimum is no easy task. On the other hand, as Bruno Munari used to say "Simplifying is difficult". Even if for the Asketik studio in Moscow it seems exactly the opposite.

Starting with the design of a small piece of furniture, the studio founded by Maxim Maximov is now responsible for designing collections of products with pure and geometric lines, which suggest an obsessive search for formal cleanliness. The same rigor and absence of any "tinsel" or decoration -if not the same texture of the materials used-, we find it in the first interior design that the studio has just realized. It is the Bloon-n-brew, a former silk factory that no longer preserves silkworms, but refined blends of coffee, served (black and hot) on a white profiled sheet metal counter, around which a series of corvino-black stools follow one another, which almost become a graphic sign on the brick walls painted white. A few gestures capable of generating maximum functionality.

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