Soon you’ll be able to enjoy your mid-morning coffee in a cafe designed and opened by iconic notebook brand Moleskine.
Moleskine is announcing the opening of a string of cafes in major cities across the globe known for their culture and creativity, including in London, Hamburg and New York. The cafes will be open later this year after the success of the first one, opened in Milan’s Brera district.
Promising to be more than just a place to drink coffee, the Moleskine cafe is aimed at providing a space for the surrounding community to socialise, share ideas and be inspired by creativity. It will merge elements of a cafe, art gallery and retail store into one.
The design of the buildings will reflect what you’ve probably already seen in Moleskine stores, or the notebooks themselves; clean and timeless aesthetics with neutral colours.
The menu will have both Italian and local cuisine with breakfast and lunch menus available – and in line with its outreach mission – will have special sections of the cafe dedicated to exhibitions of architects, designers, illustrators and film directors. There will also be a number of events, talks and workshops available in the cafes.
Following the opening of the Moleskine cafe in Beijing on January 23 will be Hamburg’s opening.