Lucy Wang

Former Pilot Builds Coffee Shop Shaped Like a Rolleiflex TLR Camera in South Korea

by , 04/01/14
filed under: Architecture, Art, gallery



Coffee shop, coffee, rolleiflex camera, south korea, south korea coffee shop, the dreamy camera, the dreamy camera coffee shop, camera museum, camera-shaped architecture, camera-shaped cafe

Built next to the creator’s family home, The Dreamy Camera cafe had been a long-time dream of the creator and his family before they were able to turn their ideas into reality. The Rolleiflex model’s twin lenses are turned into large, protruding circular windows. Long rectangular windows that line one side of the coffee shop overlook views of the adjacent farming fields and mountains.

Related: CF Salicath Builds Fully Functional TLR Camera from LEGOs

In addition to its offerings of coffee, tea, and sugar-dusted churros and other treats, the vintage camera cafe also has hundreds of antique cameras and memorabilia on display. The café also offers plenty of seating, plants, a small photography gallery, and bookshelves within its simple but cozy interior.

+ The Dreamy Camera

Via Colossal

Images via The Dreamy Camera

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