Worldwide brand, Costa Coffee appear to be taking recycling seriously with their new converted shipping container outlets
We have covered big brands making use of shipping containers to build pop-ups and retail outlets in the past. Café Bustelo, Puma and Mini to name a few. The rise in popularity of this building method continues to grow, we think that’s great news. There is far too much waste in the world right now so everything we can do to limit that waste is a good thing. You have seen the speech by Greta Thunberg at UN where she makes a passionate accusation to world leaders for allowing wasteful practices to continue.
Here at Inbox Projects we take on the role of planner, designer and builder. We are a one stop shop for your project requirements. Sourcing the correct units can be quite a technical task. Although shipping containers are principally the same throughout the world there are subtle details in the spec to consider. We take on all this hassle on your behalf.
Costa Coffee have branding guidelines to adhere to that you can see throughout their pop ups. Both the interior and exterior of the outlets all feel the same. This demonstrates the importance of staying on brand. Our team of designers will work with your branding department to maintain continuity at all stages of the process.
Planning rules, building compliance and demographics are also important considerations for Costa Coffee. As you can see they take all this very seriously. The design, location and usability are all decisions made very carefully by the company. Costa Crate is a great example of how good design and container recycling work well together. We think all involved have carried out fantastic work and a job well done!
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