OOZN Design completed in 2014 the Six Degrees cafe in Jakata, Indonesia. The dynamic interior with the use of wood make this place one of a kind.
“The name Six Degrees derives from the “six degrees of separation” theory that everyone is six or fewer steps away from any other person in the world. The owner envisaged the cafe as the meeting place for friends socialising over a cup of coffee.” – OOZN Design
“The design brief was simple: to make the cafe memorable, comfortable and distinctive. Located in Jakarta, 6 Degrees Cafe has a rectangular floor plan with a 16m shopfront.” – OOZN Design
“OOZN’s design response uses undulating timber panels which flow along the rear wall and ceiling in a singular powerful gesture meeting all of the brief requirements with a simple architectural device. The flowing panels create a distinctive design identity whilst creating a warm personal interior.” – OOZN Design