Tram Depot Cafe

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Dec 17 2009
The Deptford Project Café
The Deptford Project Café

The Deptford Project Café

Andrew and I have had cafés on our mind lately… I thought I’d share with you a favourite find from my inspiration files… the Deptford Project Café.

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen.

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

Located in Deptford, South East London, this is the brainchild of graphic designer Morag Myerscough. Taking 4 months to prepare, it opened in June 2008.

Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

I love the airyness (despite it being only a train-carriage wide space) and the WHITE, WHITE, WHITE-ness of it all. It truly allows the tabletops and the pendant shades to “pop” in this space.

The Deptford Project Café

The Deptford Project Café

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

I love it!
Glossy white walls.
Round walls.
No art.
Table colours.
No chairs to fight with the tables.
Sometimes stools, sometimes chairs.
Bright.
No curtains.
Bright.

The Deptford Project Café

The Deptford Project Café

And the toilet? A shrine to Elvis!

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

The Deptford Project Cafe, via DeZeen

Read more about it here.

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