Working with a minimal budget, French graphic designer and visual artist Anne-Sophie Poirier of Sasufi designed the interiors for Melbourne, Australia, cafe Slowpoke Espresso.
Poirier used recycled timber and flea market finds throughout the project, creating a wall from reclaimed wood (of different shapes, sizes, and degrees of batteredness) and using elements like vintage first aid cabinets, mismatched crockery, and found lighting. Go to Slowpoke Espresso for more information; to see more from the designers, go to Sasufi.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on June 20, 2011.
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