Coffee houses don’t always have to look dark and brown like the coffee they serve. Dan Brunn Architecture took a step away from your typical coffee house design and took it to a more playful and modern route with their Coffee for Sasquatch project.
DBA renovated the interiors including the storefront and the espresso bar for Coffee for Sasquatch’s first ever store on Melrose Avenue in L.A. The feature that stands out is the coffee shop’s logo which was created with a living plant wall that ties in with the beachwood service counter. The green accents are echoed throughout the store with the help of artificial vines that hang from the light coves in the main space and the bathrooms. Adding more fluidity to the interiors are the built-in seating that curves along the walls which give passersby an unobstructed view of the interior from the street.