MOKO architects created playful structure to build decor at this Polish fast food restaurant. The small interior is made up of brightly coloured booths,
In an attempt to save space, Alan Chu confined all the storage to a single wall, with an entertainment system in crate-like boxes at one end and kitchen cupboards that swing or slide open at the other.
New York artist Hope Gangloff works predominantly with pen and ink on paper, using reference photographs she takes of her friends.
Raymond Saá ‘s works are graphic and flat, like the graffiti visible around the neighborhood. As well elegant and abstract floral designs painted on these non-conventional surfaces.
The restaurant is divided into two interrelated areas. The first considers the access and reception, the hub, the box and the main exit to the terrace and backyard. The second is larger in size and consists of an open kitchen to the dining room. The two areas are defined by heaven pyramid, similar in height and shape.