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Wooden Cafe Looks Like An Artist’s Sketch

Wooden Cafe Looks Like An Artist’s Sketch

Three architecture graduates designed the playful structure for the student union at the Royal College of Art.

Emma Hutchings

A new cafe in the student union at London’s Royal College of Art is a playful, whimsical wooden structure that sits inside a larger room. It was designed and constructed in three months by architecture graduates Percy Weston, Tom Surman, and Joseph Deane, who have since launched their own studio called Weston Surman & Deane Architecture.

Wooden Cafe Looks Like An Artist’s Sketch

Dezeen reports that they used refined scaffolding boards to create a wooden framework around the walls and sanded down reclaimed parquet flooring. The dining area features mismatched classroom chairs and wooden tables.

Wooden Cafe Looks Like An Artist’s Sketch

Wooden Cafe Looks Like An Artist’s Sketch

Weston Surman & Deane Architecture

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