Have coffee with us today at a most unconventional yet stunningly flamboyant place in Greenwich district, London. This colorful pop-up café was temporarily opened, following the latest trends to place cafés or those charming little shops at the most unexpected locations in the city. The project is courtesy of the talented artist Morag Myerscough, who managed to transform the empty and boring space by the entrance of the Greenwich DLR Station into a lovely pop-up café, using just some pallets and a wide spectrum of bright colors. It was all done and finished in just 16 days, and the café was opened for business in the first day of the Olympic Games in 2012, offering thousands of people delicious food and drinks. Fresh and colourful, the Movement Pop-Up Café has also served as the perfect place to hold various poetry and music events. It’s such a charming place, don’t you think?

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