M Coffee - an unusual establishment, the spatial concept of which is to combine the entrance, counter, walls and ceiling into a visually expressive continuous element. This original place, where you can enjoy a sip or two of coffee, is located in the Velenjak Shopping Center, built in Tehran (Iran) according to the project of an architectural studio Hooman balazadeh.
As you can see from the presented image, the structure of the building was created by 3D transformation of two curves, gradually located on top of each other. Thanks to this non-trivial technique, inside the premises there are many interesting angles and perspectives that form a multifaceted perception of the situation, despite the fact that the area occupied by the center was only 75 square meters.
Mysterious and relaxing light gently streams from the recesses of the "corrugated" surfaces. Tongues of Magic Flame or the Wings of the Firebird? These psychedelic luminous reliefs blend beautifully with the lower part of the interior, finished in solid dark wood.
Parts of the walls, furniture and the entrance seem to ground the ocher-yellow "holiday" flying upwards, contrasting with it and, thereby, emphasizing the spectacular shape and color. Flawlessly beautiful, isn't it?