There are few things more important to us first thing in the morning than a morning espresso. It’s often the deciding factor in our daily disposition. Can’t think of a better place to get it than from this beautiful little pop-up cafe in Auckland.
Creatista Café is the brainchild of Nespresso. The space boasts Scandinavian-esque interior, there’s a sofa, lounge chairs and even a dining room table. It’s like sitting in your living room. Beautiful design, branding and product.
Photography by Helen Bankers
My favorite neighborhood lately is funky
Georgetown. It has the added distinction
of being the oldest neighborhood in Seattle.
With its own unique identity — one that’s
“industrial bohemian chic”, it’s one of the last
few remaining authentic neighborhoods in
Seattle. I love the grittiness, old rail yards,
bars with live music, coffeehouses, art galleries,
quirky culture, fun hangouts and restaurants
serving a diverse, hipster-leaning set.
Hidden amidst the sprawling warehouses
is an oasis of humanity.
All City Coffee; Best coffee in Georgetown
American Pie and Bakery Cafe, Deliciousness
Fantagraphics Books, Comics and Graphic Novels
Forsyth Hotel and Calamity Jane’s
Georgetown Music Store
Original Georgetown City Hall
The Firm, a collective of artists & craftsmen
Georgetown Trailer Park Mall Vintage Artisans
Triopton Architects have designed the wonderfully creative
Alaloum Board Game Cafe located near Athens, Greece.
You can watch a video walk-through of the cafe – here.
Looks like fun to me. Love the Chutes and Ladders wall.
Where do old accordians go when they die?
They adorn the ceiling at the Collections Cafe.
Unique and creative reuse of old objects.
The Chihuly glass art is stunning.