The pavilion makes us feel the coffee essence, in a spiritual way and releases from everyday worries
When most large public places are remain empty, the Caffela Pavilion is suitable for family visits.
The Caffela Pavilion construction is covered by jute fabric. The walls behind the jute are filled with coffee beans.
The pavilion defines a new shape and meaning for the jute bag, known mainly for the distribution of coffee beans around the world. Its shape is almost amorphous and anonymous.
The pavilion design references are the chapel’s silhouette and its architectural language, designed to give people a place to retreat from daily life and to create a communal place.
Coffee is a Ritual, simple or complex. Its purpose is to create a meditative moment out of life’s context, which is relaxing and a form of recreation.
Architecture is the soul among the walls. Its elements are exposed by light ,shade and texture. In the Caffela Pavilion the scent of coffee enhances the void. Walking inside the pavilion makes us feel the coffee essence, in a spiritual way and releases from everyday worries.