Deserted home in Da Nang changed into timeless coffeehouse

United state design website Archdaily has actually commended the designers for transforming an abandoned old house from the 1970s in Da Nang City without changing its appearances much.

Located in a small street on Hai Phong Road in Hai Chau District, The 59 coffee shop used to be a three-story home that was utilized little by its proprietor.

Designer Le Trong Vu, 42, that created the coffee shop, stated he came up with the idea of refurbishing the old residence right into a coffee shop in old-fashioned design with an eye on attracting young clients post-Covid.

The conversion took 3 months and also the design group tried to preserve all the old products such as washed stones and also ceramic tiles for the owner to treasure old memories.

Archdaily said” “Although the idea of transforming this old building right into a coffee bar was to offer the needs of the young generation, the designer wanted to not damage the memories of the family with this home.”

Vu said after the style group uncovered a beautiful Cao Dai temple behind the structure it chose to take apart the wall surface at the back to reveal it.

The emphasize of the initial flooring is a brick wall decorated with old things such as a camera as well as cassettes.

Whitewashed rock wall surfaces protected in the coffee bar.

This sort of whitewashed rock wall surface is typical of most old buildings in Da Nang constructed in the 70s and 80s.

The 2nd flooring of the café is meant for people wishing to operate in teams in a peaceful atmosphere.

A stone wall surface on the 3rd flooring was knocked down to make sure that guests can appreciate an ancient temple.

Another emphasize is the plant on the terrace of the café. In the evening lights made from recycled bottles add to the charm of this area.

The café is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and also offers egg coffee, cold brews and also teas.

The façade of the café is lit up with lights in the evening.