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Cafe Culture: For Lovers of Coffee and Good Design is a captivating exploration of the history and influence of cafes on the design world.

Cafe Culture: For Lovers of Coffee and Good Design

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Cafe Culture: For Lovers of Coffee and Good Design is a captivating exploration of the history and influence of cafes on the design world. Authored by Robert Schneider, this thought-provoking book delves into the origins of cafes, tracing their roots back to the Ottoman Empire and observing their present-day prominence in cities worldwide.

Cafe Culture: For Lovers of Coffee and Good Design is a captivating exploration of the history and influence of cafes on the design world. Authored by Robert Schneider, this thought-provoking book delves into the origins of cafes, tracing their roots back to the Ottoman Empire and observing their present-day prominence in cities worldwide.

The book is divided into three enlightening sections. In the first part, Schneider delves into the social, cultural, and economic factors that propelled cafes to popularity in Europe and America during the 18th and 19th centuries. He also delves into the emergence of artistic and literary movements, such as the Bohemian and Beatnik movements, nurtured within these historical establishments.

The book is divided into three enlightening sections. In the first part, Schneider delves into the social, cultural, and economic factors that propelled cafes to popularity in Europe and America during the 18th and 19th centuries. He also delves into the emergence of artistic and literary movements, such as the Bohemian and Beatnik movements, nurtured within these historical establishments.

The second section of the book captures the essence of cafe design, showcasing the unique elements that make cafes so alluring. Schneider thoroughly examines the diverse art, architecture, furniture, lighting, and branding techniques adopted by cafes across the globe. Additionally, he highlights the impact of coffee on cafe design, shedding light on the different brewing methods and coffee varieties celebrated in various cultural contexts.

The second section of the book captures the essence of cafe design, showcasing the unique elements that make cafes so alluring. Schneider thoroughly examines the diverse art, architecture, furniture, lighting, and branding techniques adopted by cafes across the globe. Additionally, he highlights the impact of coffee on cafe design, shedding light on the different brewing methods and coffee varieties celebrated in various cultural contexts.

In the book's final section, Schneider shines a spotlight on innovative and inspiring contemporary cafes. He explores how these modern establishments adapt to emerging trends and technologies such as online ordering, mobile payment, and social media integration. Furthermore, he underlines the role of cafes as vibrant community hubs, uniting individuals of various backgrounds and ages.

Throughout Cafe Culture, Schneider advocates for the significance of exceptional design in creating remarkable cafe experiences. As he passionately emphasizes the multifaceted nature of cafes as creative, conversational, and cultural hubs, this compelling book is an indispensable read for anyone intrigued by the interplay between coffee, design, and the profound social and cultural impact of businesses.

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Reading age: Adult
Language: English
Publication date: September 16, 2019
Print length: 256 pages
Weight: 3.26 lb
Dimensions: 10.3 x 10.2 x 1 in
target: A-86131658
asins: 1864708344
ean13: 9781864708349
isbn: 9781864708349
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