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British studio Liqui Design recently completed a third coffee shop for Saudi Arabia-based coffee concept, Brew92. The latest edition is located in Riyadh at Iman University becoming the brand’s second flagship store. The Riyadh location features an on-site roastery and various types of seating spread over two floors. All in, the coffee shop offers a casual, Scandinavian-inspired space that welcomes visitors and friends.

A soothing color palette of blues complements the mixture of materials, including wood, leather, and fabric. A massive mural by French contemporary artist Vincent Abadie Hafez, aka Zepha, covers a main wall acting as a focal point.

The front facade features large windows that flood the interior with natural light.

Liqui designed the geometric interlocking wood wall tiles that add another visual component to the space.

Throughout the space, a mix of Liqui’s own furniture and lighting are used to create different seating zones, from quiet spots for reading to conversational areas.

A custom spiral staircase connects the ground floor to the upper level which houses additional seating.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.