Kissa Rouge
Kissa Rouge
Kissa Rouge
Kissa Rouge

Visual identity design for a Japanese kissaten (coffee house) in Oobu, Nagoya. Classic kissaten contain both Japanese and European elements, which are referenced in the design of the KR symbol. Although consisting of two roman letters, the loosely grouped strokes form a unified symbol that resembles a kanji character. The simple and elegant interior, designed by Flooat, consists of carefully selected materials and furniture.

Kissa Rouge shop card front in earthy redish paper with a blind embossing
Kissa Rouge shop card front in earthy redish paper with a blind embossing back
Visual Identity
Description
Shop card with blind embossing
Dimensions
75 x 105 mm
Technique
Embossing, Offset Print
Photo Credit
Michael Fehr
Digital
Description
motion logo
cheesecake ontop of red underground
green dessert drink in front of gray backgorund
brown dessert drink in front of red backgorund
Communication
Description
art direction of photo shooting for menu and shop visuals
Photo Credit
Masaaki Inoue / BOUILLON
Kissa Rouge logo type enlighted acryl
Kissa Rouge letters cut out metal
Kissa Rouge cafe at night
Signage
Description
signage design in collaboration with Float inc.
Dimensions
various
Photo Credit
Masaaki Inoue / BOUILLON
paper moulded cup rendering
Package
Description
study for a molded paper cup