Three British teenagers set out to create a brand new coffee shop concept that reflects characteristic we can only affiliate with an Apple Store.
The Kickstarter project, called Space Lounges, aims at transforming the coffee shop culture we are familiar with Starbucks, Costa and Pret; into a futuristic shade of casualty and innovation. The most predominant characteristic of this concept is the lack of registers, hence the queues. All orders and payments are processed through the app without customers leaving their seats.
The co-creater of the concept James Anderson tells Recode:
“London’s coffee shops are places where people can reflect over tea or coffee. Now they’ve become a mess with long queues, slow Wi-Fi, rude staff, pesky dated music. Space Lounges differentiate themselves based on the incredible experience.”
The Kickstarter project has already been funded £3.000 of their target pledge £35.000, with 12 days to go. If you’re interested in find out more about the project and back it, head over to their Kickstarter page.