Gallery: London’s Movement Café is a Pop-Up Eatery Made From Recycled S...

A property developer hired Morag Myerscough to design and build a pop-up cafe to spruce up the area around the Greenwich rail station for the London Olympics. The result was the eye-popping Movement Café (MVMNT Café), which is built from recycled shipping containers, reusable scaffolding, and brightly painted wood walls. Constructed in only 16 days, the cafe was open just in time for the start of the Olympics to serve up locally sourced, food and drink - including homemade vegan-friendly gelato - to spectators headed out to Greenwich Park.

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  1. Alex Hartley August 7, 2013 at 6:52 am

    Look forward to when the Mvmnt Cafe comes back!

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