The new espresso bar was designed in a listed building on Capuchin Square in the city center. The dominant element in the interior is the material division of two imaginary parts - sitting for visitors and preparing coffee with a possible presentation. Both parts are materially contrasting, interconnected and intertwined. A large free-standing bar primarily serves presentation and preparation purposes, part of which can also be used for bilateral bar seating.
This seating allows the number of seats to be expanded, but also to draw the visitor into the center of the coffee. In the other part of the room there is one large "family" table. The visitor area is lined with wooden cladding to the height of the shop windows, the floor is also wooden. Several tilting doors are designed in the paneling, fulfilling the function of exhibition shelves. Two seats are designed in the form of wooden podiums and in shop windows, which serve as storage space, storage of coats, or placement of newspapers. In the ceiling there is a net with steel cables and atypical luminaires designed to measure for the espresso bar. This network is also used for hanging presentations or exhibitions.