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Both our flagship product, The Work-From-Anywhere Backpack, and our coffee table book, The Third Place, make up our launch campaign, The Coffee Shop Project.
What is The Coffee Shop Project?
Over the past two years we've seen our local businesses get hit hard. Places of gathering, leisure, and work, empty. Places like our favorite coffee shops.
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Hardcover | 9.6x10 in. | 2.11 lb. | 204 pages
Discover your next workspace.
Part of The Coffee Shop Project, The Third Place is a collection of third places and workspaces to visit and enjoy, in cities across the U.S.
"One of my favorite spots to hang out with both business associates and friends alike."
“I have no idea where they get their banana bread but every morning at 6:30, my kids start screaming ‘Banana bread! Banana bread!’ and off we go to walk the dog and fill up on the tastiest banana bread in the world.”
“Great for an early morning working session or a socially distanced meeting. Great coffee of course."
“Perfect for some uninterrupted work or unwinding after a day on the beach.”
“It's a great place to get some good coffee in the morning, work through lunch, then get a salad and a treat.”
Stories from behind the counter
“What began as a simple courteous business transaction has actually materialized into many great friendships. We've changed tires and jumped car batteries, baby sat, lent favors, cried with and cried for people and many in the neighborhood and beyond have done the same for us in return. It's the single most important gift we've received in our lives, and it's certainly an incredible achievement that we've never ignored."
Ryan and Kathleen Hall | Figure 8 Coffee Purveyors
“I started working with coffee as an 18 year old musician back home in Australia. I recorded 5 albums with my band and toured the world for 10 years. At the very beginning, my music manager made me get a job at a coffee shop, just to stay out of trouble during the week when there were no shows.."
Davide Drummond | Ground Support Cafe
"Looking back, I also don't see any other way for me to have become a business owner, or to even have that dream in the first place and think of myself as a businesswoman. It took someone offering that opportunity to me, literally saying ‘Do you want to be a businesswoman?’ If no one had said that, I never would have thought about it."
Erica Escalante | Fmr: Cafe Reina
“In 2015, I went to Japan for the first time, and discovered Tokyo’s ‘listening bars’, which became the inspiration for LONGPLAY HiFi...Besides being a coffee shop, LONGPLAY HiFi is also a case study. I’m trying to prove that opening a restaurant in this day and age should be done differently."
G Huerta | LONGPLAY HiFi