A pop-up café in London

It's a new trend and it's everywhere! I'm talking about different kinds of temporary stores and cafés that pop up out of the blue in the most bizarre sites. One of them is the Movement Pop-Up Cafe in Greenwich district, in south-eastern London. Colourful, fresh and full of life, MVMNT Cafe and performance space was constructed in just 16 days during the summer, ready to serve passers by and Olympics' visitors.

This project was the vision of the British designer and artist Morag Myerscough that came to life in collaboration with the Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency and one of the official Olympic poets Lemn Sissay, that words from his poet 'Shipping Good' decorate the colourful fence. A couple of shipping containers, many reclaimed pieces of wood, handpainted wooden tables and lots of neon colours are just some of the things you will find on MVMNT Cafe, as well as coffee, of course, and locally sourced, delicious food and drink including homemade vegan-friendly gelato.

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