The entire interior was custom designed and fabricated to outfit the interior of a container, while the travertine walls and ceiling were machine sculpted by Marbela.
The new location features dynamically changing lights and a brew bar for making handmade coffee and tea.
The ‘Cloud Room’ earns its name from moving light that collects shadows in the three-dimensional travertine patterns that cover the walls and ceiling, mimicking the shadows of moving clouds across the wall.
Other fixtures, such as fiber-optic counter lights, were customized to suit the space, while miniature-sized herringbone wood from Relative Space covers the floor, and Travertine shelves complement the walls.
Fraser Greenberg, founder of Milky’s and partner at Full Fat Design mentions, “Stone was our material choice, because of its age and solemness. Clouds were our concept because of their speed and unpredictability.”