Wood textures, golden-hued furniture and shiny spotlights seek to illuminate Scoop with a “happening newsroom” atmosphere. Inspired by the press room, each distinctive zone is defined by a newspaper section: headlines, business, markets, tabloid and arts.

 

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Monochromatic marble counters, as well as panels displaying news typography and excerpts convey additional elegance. You may lounge at the café’s curved sofa with your colleagues, clients and friends. Amidst this “meet and eat” environment, deep brown design elements line up alongside the soft blue sofa fabric in a graceful arch.

 

A shelf displays the café’s equally exquisite mementoes. Mirror walls dominate a particular dining space – providing reflective features that accentuate the lively ambience. View Scoop Cafe in 360 degree here!

 

Architect / Interior Design Firm  Blu Water Studio

Project Name Scoop, Menara Dion

Design Concept Contemporary Industrial

Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Build-Up Size 6,294 sq ft

Project Type F & B

Architect / Interior Designer Lai Siew Hong, Mak Sook Har, Nashzelima Ngadmin, Stanley Yap, Tan Fang Fang & Rosabel Yee

Tel +603 2163 4689

Email bluw@bluwaterstudio.com

Website http://ift.tt/RNaOhd

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