日本设计事务所 id 设计，位于东京世田谷区。纯白色的空间，每一张桌子都被精心打造。钢制桌腿成树性结构，仿佛置身于一片森林中，大大增加了舒适感。
Cafe Ki opened in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo in Japan, designed by Japanese design office id.
Ki means a tree in Japanese.
It is a cafe where coffee and pastries can be enjoyed in a space like a yard or a forest.
The pure white space enhances the espresso colored trees.
The “tree” standing inside the café takes a role as a table leg made of steel.
Hats and coats can be hung on the highly extended table legs.
Although a large number of people can sit around the big table,
it can maintain a sense of comfortable distance while sharing the table
with a different group since wooden branches help to divide the space on the table.
Moreover, the leg of the table randomly stands and those who sit down can freely choose a place where to sit.
|设计师||Seiji Oguri, Yohei Oki|