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Cafe Graffiti in Varna, Bulgaria designed by Studio Mode. Building in which the Cafe is located houses a modern art gallery. Architects designed the Cafe to have a similar look and feel to the art gallery.

Cafe Graffiti in Varna, Bulgaria designed by Studio Mode. Building in which the Cafe is located houses a modern art gallery. Architects designed the Cafe to have a similar look and feel to the art gallery.

Cafe Graffiti in Varna, Bulgaria designed by Studio Mode. Building in which the Cafe is located houses a modern art gallery. Architects designed the Cafe to have a similar look and feel to the art gallery.

Cafe Graffiti in Varna, Bulgaria designed by Studio Mode. Building in which the Cafe is located houses a modern art gallery. Architects designed the Cafe to have a similar look and feel to the art gallery.

Cafe Graffiti in Varna, Bulgaria designed by Studio Mode. Building in which the Cafe is located houses a modern art gallery. Architects designed the Cafe to have a similar look and feel to the art gallery.

:: RESTAURANTS :: Adore the work of Studio Mode, love the concept well executed in this interior right down to placement, furniture, selection, colour palette and materials. Adore the interior of CAFE GRAFFITI. Everything seen in Bulgaria and produced by creative talent studio MODE has my attention. #restaurants #publicspaces #Bulgaria #studioMODE #interiordesign

Architectural Digest: A Modern Hamptons Home by Leroy Street Studio - On a spectacular site in East Hampton, the architecture firm crafts a house that puts an innovative spin on local design traditions

“I wanted to give it the spirit of an old residence where time has passed and there are so many stories to tell” – Marcio Kogan, Architect, Studio MK27

“I wanted to give it the spirit of an old residence where time has passed and there are so many stories to tell” – Marcio Kogan, Architect, Studio MK27

“I wanted to give it the spirit of an old residence where time has passed and there are so many stories to tell” – Marcio Kogan, Architect, Studio MK27