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Roy David Studio unveils a cafe with industrial elements in Kiryat Ono

by Simon Yuen on Jan 6, 2017 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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Tel Aviv-based design firm Roy David Studio has recently completed Ground Cafe in Kiryat Ono, a project that utilises an industrial vibe 

Roy David Studio, a design firm based in Tel Aviv, has recently completed Ground Cafe in Kiryat Ono, a city near Tel Aviv, showcasing an industrial yet urban vibe for customers.

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The design team has created a cafe with an industrial feel coupled with raw concrete and untreated leather, transforming it into a neighbourhood hangout area. The cafe mixes an offbeat industrial style with a slick contemporary feel in appropriate proportions, creating a personal, inviting and laid-back ambiance for social gathering and innovative cuisines with right amount of privacy.

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Ground Cafe’s mission is to bring the brasserie-style dining experience, associated with French culture, and combine it with modern Tel Aviv-style food. Located inside the newly renovated student dorms of Ono Academic College, the restaurant provides students with a new area for social interaction.

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Prior to this project, the studio collaborated with the owner of Ground Cafe for Milgo & Milbar in central Tel Aviv.

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