Atomic Cafe | Kingsland

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A new Kingsland home for the roastery’s flagship café gave Atomic the chance to highlight their updated brand: utilitarian but luxurious, not unlike the espresso they’re famous for. Rich copper elements are the centrepiece of the busy streetside hub, linking the beauty of molten metal to the rich crema pulled under baristas’ watchful eye – true liquid gold to anyone you ask.

The space is layered with timber, cork, terracotta and concrete; earthy, textural accents complement the copper’s multi-dimensional beauty. Ready to patina alongside the copper, this space will only get better with time.

Area: 120 sqm
Location: Kingsland, Auckland
Date: March, 2016
Photographer: Jeremy Toth

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Atomic Cafe | Kingsland

A new Kingsland home for the roastery’s flagship café gave Atomic the chance to highlight their updated brand: utilitarian but luxurious, not unlike the espresso they’re famous for. Rich copper elements are the centrepiece of the busy streetside hub, linking the beauty of molten metal to the rich crema pulled under baristas’ watchful eye – true liquid gold to anyone you ask.

The space is layered with timber, cork, terracotta and concrete; earthy, textural accents complement the copper’s multi-dimensional beauty. Ready to patina alongside the copper, this space will only get better with time.

Area: 120 sqm
Location: Kingsland, Auckland
Date: March, 2016
Photographer: Jeremy Toth

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Atomic Cafe | Kingsland

A new Kingsland home for the roastery’s flagship café gave Atomic the chance to highlight their updated brand: utilitarian but luxurious, not unlike the espresso they’re famous for. Rich copper elements are the centrepiece of the busy streetside hub, linking the beauty of molten metal to the rich crema pulled under baristas’ watchful eye – true liquid gold to anyone you ask.

The space is layered with timber, cork, terracotta and concrete; earthy, textural accents complement the copper’s multi-dimensional beauty. Ready to patina alongside the copper, this space will only get better with time.

Area: 120 sqm
Location: Kingsland, Auckland
Date: March, 2016
Photographer: Jeremy Toth

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