The new Kete Kai pop-up cafe, made largely of recycled materials from the Hawke’s Bay Airport terminal redevelopment project, has turned into a popular visitor attraction.
Designed by New York City architect Michael Zaragoza, who has moved to Napier as part of the Arrow International team, the cafe features a taste of Hawke’s Bay combining the regions horticultural and Art Deco elements.
Hawke’s Bay Airport’s commercial manager Dean Smith said as well as servicing customers, who are wanting to grab a quick coffee as they go by, the pop-up cafe design has also become a popular topic of conversation.
Photo: Arrow International architect Michael Zaragoza (left), who designed the Kete Kai pop up café made mostly of recyclable materials, with the Hawke’s Bay Airport’s manager Dean Smith (right).
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Posted: 17 February 2019