Coca-Cola just recently moved their Paris office to this 72K square feet space in the Issy-Ies-Molineaux district in Seine. The space features depolluting plants, beehives on the roof, and a light fixture made from 13,000 recycled coke bottles. Red and white color patterns flow throughout the entire building, paying tribute to the brand’s iconic branding.
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Photography by Florian Fromentin
Buzzfeed announced today that Coca-Cola will be bringing backSurge. Surge was first released in 1996 but turned out to be an epic failure. Production of the green drink was ended about 5 years later due to lack of interest from consumers. Continue reading Coca-Cola Is Bringing Back Surge Thanks To The Internet
Show your love for Coca-Cola with this new collection from New Era. I’m not going to lie, I can see myself rockin’ a couple of these for sure. The Chinese version looks very dope, and it’s never too early to start stocking up for beanie season! The whole collection is available now.
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Coca-Cola continues to make headlines with the unveiling of their new headquarters in London. The stunningoffices were designed by architect Linda Morey-Smith. The Coca-Cola brand is apparent throughout the space. Vintage machines, neon signs, glass bottle lamps, and hand-painted adscan be found almost everywhere you look. The workspacealso features tons of creative and communal space that has become commonplace in modern offices. Employees also have access to as much Coca-Cola as they can drink. Take a closer look below. Continue reading Take a Look At Coca-Cola’s New UK Headquarters
With the World Cup right around the corner, official sponsor Coca-Cola has startedto unveil a variety of World Cup inspired products. Continue reading Check Out Coca-Cola’s New World Cup Cans
Coca Cola has launched a new product, Coca-Cola Life, as a healthier alternative to regular coke products. Coca-Cola Life is sweetened with sugar and Stevia, a calorie-free sugar substitute, and has less than half the calories of a traditional Coke. The new drink is packaged in the “PlantBottle”, which is a fully recyclable bottle made out of 30% plant materials. Lastly, Coca-Cola Life features a green label instead of the classic red you normally see on Coke products. As of right now, Coca-Cola Life is only available in Argentina, but hopefully we will see it in the States soon. Continue reading Coca-Cola Introduces New Product: Coca-Cola Life
Apparently Coca-Cola has developed a bottle made completely of ice. Not only are these bottles Eco-friendly but they keep your soda ice cold to the last drop. A small label is added to the bottles to keep your hands from getting to cold. When the bottle melts the label can be worn as a bracelet. The ice bottles were made as part ofCoca-Cola’s new Summer 2013 advertising campaign in Columbia. Hopefully these Ice Bottles will make their way stateside soon. Continue reading Coca-Cola Introduces Bottle Made of Ice (Video)
Apparently, Coke feels like you need to share your soda a little bit more often. It’s the same old 330ml can, but with an added twist. No word on how available they’ll be, but it’s a pretty cool idea.
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