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Dynamic Geometry at Arthouse Cafe

When it comes to minimalistic interior designing, geometrical shapes definitely play a big role. The Arthouse Cafe, located in Hangzhou, China was designed by Joey Ho and is based on a futuristic concept with the idea of moving triangles. He mainly uses three-dimensional triangle shapes with openings to create a dynamic environment around the cafe's seating area. The beautiful design brings people an inspiring artistic space for coffee through an entirely unique experience.
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@ameliasantos10 ah i get what you mean right there... hahah yeah these artistic spaces are great for finding design inspirations
it definitely depends on my mood and what I bring with me hahahah if I am trying to write then ofcourse a nice cozy cafe would be my destination but if I have my camera with me then a place with amazing design like this one can totally keep me there for hours
@ameliasantos yes i do agree the design is pretty cool, but i personally prefer cozy cafe's with comfy chairs haha.. what about u ?
wow this place looks really cool and of course this is in China, they always have the most unique architectures/ interior design ahahahhaha
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