Hey folks, oh yes you, who aren’t 80% of water but coffee, and you who fall head over heels to the smell of freshly brewed coffee. Do you remember the bitter excitement of Ardent Archipelago that we’ve previously written to you? It is now perfectly ready to capture more happiness in a cup, specifically to satisfy the coffeegasm of Western populace who live near Pesanggrahan.
This two-story coffee hideout won’t be the one you expected to be, the mural walls or the wooden table topped with baby’s breath, nope. It’s a synthesis of glasshouse, Japanese, and exceptional coffee. Japanese fusion eats and bites are thoughtfully served for you who come with a hangry state of mind. As well as getting your daily caffeine fix here, you are also able to learn about your favorite little bean at the coffee academy upstairs.
Glasshouse is used to be an exterior thingy, yet we twist it as the interior concept. Covered with black frames, greenies will do their duty to liven up the place. While colors such as broken white and cream will paint the walls to show the simplicity that makes you feel as if you’re at home. A combination of all these colors hopefully will bring both bright and refreshed tones as you walk in.
Japanese interior was captured through light furniture and a drop of Hinoki wood color. Ardent’s logo is also brewtifully imprinted in some of the furniture, such as top table and table legs, which are manufactured by our sister company, The Toop Table. As you step closer to the bar, you will also find their logo that is installed on its back panel. And for the floor plan, terrazzo pattern granite is applied to complete the modern contemporary look. Their identity is glued to every corner of the space.
Could you picture in mind how Ardent turns to be? Either yes or no, it’s always a good option to visit this place. Drink a potion made from magic beans that will bring you back to life, survive the day and face the morning people. May a cup of coffee from Ardent kicks in before the reality does.
(Pictures courtesy of Ardent Kitchen and Coffee, Foodlover BSD, and IOOR Studio)
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