Café pop-up

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A colour palette of neutrals and greys are combined with warm wood, textual layers and graphic accents to create a homely feeling.

A colour palette of neutrals and greys are combined with warm wood, textual layers and graphic accents to create a homely feeling. Image: Helen Bankers

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Some of Auckland's top baristas will be on hand to teach coffee-loving customers how to create simple latte art.

Some of Auckland’s top baristas will be on hand to teach coffee-loving customers how to create simple latte art. Image: Helen Bankers

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Creatista Café is open from 11–20 November between 7am and 2pm in Ponsonby Road, Auckland.

Creatista Café is open from 11–20 November between 7am and 2pm in Ponsonby Road, Auckland. Image: Helen Bankers

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To celebrate the launch of their latest machine, Creatista, Nespresso is to open a pop-up café in Ponsonby, Auckland.

From 11–20 November between 7am and 2pm, customers can experience what it’s like to enjoy a complimentary barista-style coffee while they relax in an ultra-comfortable space designed to feel like home. 

Inspired by the Creatista and its automatic steam-wand technology, Creatista Café combines the luxuries of home with the convenience of a local café. 

Choosing a natural colour palette incorporating a welcoming mix of neutrals and greys, interior stylist Michelle Halford “wanted to create a living area that would not only fit seamlessly within a café environment but also exude the feeling of a stylish, comfortable home”. 

Building on the relaxed atmosphere, warm wood, textual layers and graphic elements are used throughout. 


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