Coutume Cafe, Paris, by CUT Architectures and Meilleur Torrefacteur de France 2011, Antoine Netien


CUT Architectures designed the interiors of Coutume Cafe; also an in-house coffee roastery were some of the finest beans are roasted in a technologically advanced espresso machine fusing artistry and science, overseen by Meilleur Torrefacteur de France 2011 (best roaster in France), Antoine Netien.


image © pocketfork

Make sure to check out this article by Adam Wayda of Paris Pâtisseries for a detailed overview of how the beans are roasted and behind-the-scenes photos with Antoine Netien.

Co-founder Tom Clark describes Coutume Café as “a Haussmannian Paris apartment with a laboratory.”


image © Paris Pâtisseries

You enter the café through an old shop door and walk on oak flooring; into a Parisian atmosphere with high ceilings, moldings, and columns.  The décor revolves around a “coffee laboratory” concept; with square white tiles, grid lighting, stainless steel, industrial plastic curtains and laboratory glassware.

Architects: CUT Architectures
Collaborators: Benjamin Clarens & Yann Martin Architects

Coutume Café
47 Rue de Babylone
75007 Paris
Phone: +33(0)145515047

photo credits: pocketfork, Paris Pâtisseries, CUT Architectures / © David Foessel


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