When the owner of Abu Dhabi's That Café wanted to create a new F&B concept, they decided to approach Unit Thirty6 interior design agency and branding consultancy.

Open to all ages and demographics, it was intended to create a warm and inclusive spot in the capital's Marsa Al Bateen, for students, freelancers, families and groups of friends.

They say:

Unit Thirty6 founders Reem Abou Khalil and Ornella Khattar told us: "The overall look & feel of the space is that of an unfinished under-process home with each area having its own unique charm."

Key features:

The 275 square metre space is split into different zones to mirror spaces of a home - the dining room, the garage, the workspace area, kitchen bar, small garden and a rooftop.

A playful and colourful palette is paired with materials ranging from brass, marble, antique mirrors and chandeliers in the dining area, to cement blocks, brick and steel diamond plate sheets with grungy darker lighting in the garage, to chipboards and light woods in the study area.

The rooftop encourages leisurely winter coffee mornings with wood deck flooring, rough plaster walls, artificial greenery and lots of natural light.

Go there because:

It's a great spot to work out of the office and is in one of the oldest inhabited areas of Abu Dhabi.

When the owner of Abu Dhabi's That Café wanted to create a new F&B concept, they decided to approach Unit Thirty6 interior design agency and branding consultancy.

Open to all ages and demographics, it was intended to create a warm and inclusive spot in the capital's Marsa Al Bateen, for students, freelancers, families and groups of friends.

They say:

Unit Thirty6 founders Reem Abou Khalil and Ornella Khattar told us: "The overall look & feel of the space is that of an unfinished under-process home with each area having its own unique charm."

Key features:

The 275 square metre space is split into different zones to mirror spaces of a home - the dining room, the garage, the workspace area, kitchen bar, small garden and a rooftop.

A playful and colourful palette is paired with materials ranging from brass, marble, antique mirrors and chandeliers in the dining area, to cement blocks, brick and steel diamond plate sheets with grungy darker lighting in the garage, to chipboards and light woods in the study area.

The rooftop encourages leisurely winter coffee mornings with wood deck flooring, rough plaster walls, artificial greenery and lots of natural light.

Go there because:

It's a great spot to work out of the office and is in one of the oldest inhabited areas of Abu Dhabi.

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