Coffee, Interior Design
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
If you are an admirer of coffee and interior design, it’s likely you might be familiar with Omotesando Koffee. What was meant to be a pop-up store at a tiny, traditional Japanese house in Tokyo, ended up lasting for an extended period of five years. Though now closed, the company has branched out worldwide with one of their newest location being in London, however the shop in Hong Kong was the first one I experienced myself. Famous for its espressos and cube-shaped baked custards called ‘kashi’, Omotesando Koffee is a good example of creating a strong brand presence through interior design and details, yet remaining humble and inviting.