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Public Coffee is a Mobile Coffee Shop That Wants to Bring Communities Together

Posted By Jon Dioffa On March 20, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Reader Submitted Content,social design,Sustainable Food | No Comments

In Europe, the original coffeehouses were created to serve people coffee and provide a place for them to enjoy their drinks. As the coffeehouse [2] evolved, it became an open center for thinkers and researchers across many disciplines to share their discoveries with one another. Public Coffee [3] is specifically designed to generate this same type of collaboration and community engagement. Public Coffee will be a mobile nonprofit coffee shop that visits neighborhoods across Denver, Colorado. Equipped with a participatory coffee bar and modular tables [4], the structure of Public Coffee is designed to facilitate collaborative and discursive involvement. By providing a space for interdisciplinary dialogue, Public Coffee aims to inspire a culture of tolerance and innovation wherever it goes, starting conversation and engaging locals.

+ Public Coffee [3]

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[1] http://www.vimeo.com/61359136: http://www.vimeo.com/61359136

[2] coffeehouse: http://inhabitat.com/louvered-lam-cafe-is-a-naturally-daylit-and-ventilated-coffee-house-in-vietnam/

[3] Public Coffee: http://publiccoffee.org/

[4] modular tables: http://inhabitat.com/the-rek-modular-table-transforms-to-fit-any-interior/

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