Industry News- A plant-lined coffee shop in Beijing
30th November 2015
Cube-shaped wooden planters line the interior and exterior cafe walls. A hut-like elevation clad in ash batons divides the space in half, splitting up the dining area from the pastry kitchen and restrooms.
Ash batons are also are used to create a backdrop behind the white-tiled bar. For the flooring, terrazzo borders ceramic tiles that are used to define the seating area.
A Plant-covered architecture improves air quality in polluted cities, as the vegetation absorbs carbon dioxide and produces oxygen. Adding walls of plants in a coffee shop can purify polluted indoor air and of course provide a natural scene to the customers.