The Other Architecture

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Photo Courtesy of Josué Rivera Gandîa, 2013 via A' Design Award & Competition

Weekend mornings, stroll out to the verandah, watch the trees sway under the breeze, as lizards scurry to greet the sun. Bask in the laid-back, Caribbean cool as you sip a hot cup of Café Santo Domingo, Blue Mountain, Cafe Selecto, or Café Yauco Selecto. And what better way to savor the taste of your favorite brew, than in redesigned coffee cup by Josué Rivera Gandîa of La Otra Arquitectura (The Other Architecture) Design. The chic, intimate, triangular-shaped cup by the Puerto Rican designer was remodeled to revolutionize the way we drink or even look at coffee.

In describing the design concept, Gandia wanted to highlight social areas where people typically drink coffee – home, work, or for leisure. He explained, “The design of the coffee cup is intended to compare and accentuate these spaces as connection points (home, work, and leisure areas). It represents an opportunity for socializing and pleasant break in the daily life.”

Take a look at this sleek, reinvention of the coffee cup and saucer.

Photo Courtesy of: Josué Rivera Gandîa, 2013
Photo Courtesy of: Josué Rivera Gandîa, 2013
Photo Courtesy of: Josué Rivera Gandîa, 2013
Photo Courtesy of: Josué Rivera Gandîa, 2013

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