Bursts of colour punctuate minimal interiors at Lackawanna Café in Jersey City

Local studios Inaba Williams Architecture and Kyle May Architect have created a cafe in New Jersey oriented around massive structural columns and bright, colourful elements.

Called Lackawanna Café, the project occupies the ground floor and mezzanine of a mid-rise apartment building in Jersey City designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture.

Inaba Williams Architecture and Kyle May have designed a cafe in Jersey City

Inaba Williams led the interior design of the project, creating the floor plan and cladding the large structural columns in glass-fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC), while Kyle May fabricated the colourful millwork elements spread throughout the space.

Many details of the envelope were left in their “raw” conditions in

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