French graphic designer & visual artist Anne-Sophie Poirier, who's working under the name Sasufi, has designed the fitout for the Slowpoke Espresso Café in Melbourne, Australia. The eyecatcher is a twelve metre-long wall made out of timber offcuts coming from local furniture makers. The budget for re-designing the bar was very small so Poirier used a lot of secondhand and recycled material. The tables for example are made of recycled timber floors and most decoration comes from various fleamarkets. The goal was to give the place a homely feel to go along with the quality organic food and coffee that's being served. Take a look at the pictures below.