Russian studio Asketik has designed this bright white interior for Bloom-n-Brew, a new café in Moscow which occupies a former Soviet silk factory. Characterized by high ceilings and simple materials, the space measures 1,238 square feet (115 square metres) and is located in the Russian capital’s Factoria Park neighborhood.
The square floor plan is organized around a central coffee area, with four counters that are wrapped in powder-coated profiled sheeting, commonly used for roofs and fences. A nook alongside the windows accommodates distinct, high wooden table designs. Another high-top area features a series of barstools, with simple hooks designed by the studio. Industrial lamps, brickwork walls, open ceiling and plants reflect the original purpose of the space.
The studio was founded by designer Maxim Maximov, who recently completed the Camper’s new Store in Moscow. The cafe’s name refers to the fragrant smell that is released when brewing a fresh cup of coffee.