The Village Den Café in Greenwich Village features 3-D lattice structure containing decoration and service areas
The Village Den is a café run by a couple friends, who were training in the same workout group and lacked the right place to eat healthy. So they decided to start their own business based on their belief that food can be tasty, healthy and fast at the same time. The interior of the café was designed by Büro Koray Duman.
“A 3-D lattice structure is hung from the existing ceiling to envelop the entrance area while creating both visual and tactical impact. The modular wooden form is sculpted to contain point of sale, display of goods, lighting elements, plants, merchandising, condiment table and storage in an organic but functional layout. The material palette of the project reflects the brand’s health conscious, casual approach to food and dining,” explains Koray Duman
- Location: Greenwich Village – New York City, New York
- Date completed: 2018
- Size: 800 square feet
- Design: Büro Koray Duman
- Photos: Kevin Kunstadt