Slowpoke Espresso Cafe by Anne-Sophie Poirier of Sasufi, Fitzroy, Australia » Retail Design Blog

The Slowpoke Espresso Cafe in Fitzroy, Australia was designed with all recycled and reclaimed materials. Most notable is the timber offcut puzzle wall, made with discarded wood pieces from local furniture makers. [Via Inhabitat]

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