Café Craft is a Parisian eatery situated close to the Canal Saint-Martin, which suits its clientele of creative professionals. The graphic identity, interior design and most of the furniture is the work of local design studio POOL.
The black Audrey chairs are Kartell by Piero Lissoni, whilst the torch suspension lights are the work of Sylvain Willenz Est. and Sons. The interiors are largely monochromatic, from the lighting and furniture to the black and white Terrazzo flooring with the very occasional dash of colour.
The lighting is a major feature of Café Craft. As the venue is designed as a communal office for it’s patrons, anything subdued and atmospheric wouldn’t have fitted. Each individual workstation is equipped with a Vulcain table lamp, designed by POOL.
The Tam Tam light; a collection of black shades by Fabien Dumas for Marset, point in alternating directions creating a sense of organised chaos.