Designers Eduard Eremchuk and Katy Pititskaya have created a cafe in Voronezh, Russia, that embodies “the essence of a doughnut” through delicious-looking, purple velvety walls and squidgy seeming furniture. Cafe Krujok, named after a round doughnut, is located in the centre of the city of Voronezh in southwest Russia and specialises in breakfasts and coffee.
Cafe Krujok is divided into two spaces. Near the entrance, the walls and furniture are a creamy colour and some of the chairs and tables are sculpted to look as though they have been squidged and moulded like clay before being sealed with a glossy finish. In the second space, the designers explored the visuals of a doughnut’s glaze. Walls are covered in plump panels upholstered with berry coloured purple velvet that appears soft to the touch.
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