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This is a gourmet and healthy restaurant located in wisca, Spain. Customers want to provide the above iconic healthy food, a sensory experience beyond food. Therefore, the designer recommends using 100% natural materials to integrate nature into the space. Find a connection between the city and healthy food, based on a healthy lifestyle.
Brown, white and green earthy hues take up the whole space and remind the guests of nature, while gold hues make the atmosphere a little complicated. The main form of space is imperfect and organic. Drawing a path on the floor reminds people of the feeling of walking through the forest. Clay is used for floors, bars and walls, and rough plaster is used in multiple areas as another reference to nature.
Bun, the Italian hamburger chain, created a more advanced approach that explicitly focuses on the identity of the younger generation while representing high-quality hamburger restaurants.
In the past few years, the hamburger chain has seen strong growth, with most of them choosing old-fashioned and industrial looking spaces. The design developed by bun takes the opposite direction and tries to create innovative concepts to show the authenticity of bun and its smashed hamburger.
In this way, designers use golden touch and terrazzo tiles, mixing a touch of color to create a complex but fresh design at the same time. The project itself starts from the investigation of the existing elements of the space, and the purpose is to integrate it into the overall design aesthetics.
”When we see beautiful bricks and arcs in the space, its obvious that we will take these two elements as the starting point of the design, the designer said.
In order to create a unified aesthetics through the space, green and purple additional arc forms are added to the whole space, some of which are completely independent, and others highlight the existing arc in the interior building. Wooden tabletops and plants represent health and zero plastic identity.