Joana Pszczotka and Lukasz Brandys collaborated to create the restaurant design called It Me Eco Fast Restaurant. It is located within the Dream Park in Ochaby, which was created early July, 2011. This restaurant is just the first of the proposed chain of restaurants. It was the attempt of the designers to give this small place an image that will stand out from top competing fast food chains. As a result, they combined various design elements and chose carefully the materials to be used for this particular hospitality design. They also limited the use of colors but further refined the details of the designs. The resulting design became unpretentious and straightforward demonstrating modern yet delicate beauty that will represent the brand new restaurant.
The whole image of this beautiful restaurant was adjusted and defined so that it will be accommodated by the small space without sacrificing its overall function. The design of the restaurant was not restricted to its décor alone because the designers made sure that all details will point out the image of the restaurant by including the creative logo, name and packaging, etc. into the entire design.
The concept they followed is by no means easy because they meant to create an eco-brand which will utilize nothing but biodegradable materials. The main challenge was that the space was small and the architectural space was limited but the restaurant interiors happen to be one of the gorgeous designs I would be proud to introduce. I find it exciting to point out how the designers conquered this challenge. They started with incorporating floor-to-ceiling windows in order to make the restaurant look “spacious.”
I find it interesting that they did not made use of traditional tables instead the table tops were fastened to load-bearing walls. I couldn’t help but notice how creative the designers are in coming up with this concept. Never have I encountered table tops that were actually part of the wall and continuously go from one side to the other side. Somehow I understand why they did this not only as an attempt to maximize the space but also to make it easier to keep the restaurant clean or to make it more convenient for people in wheel chairs to eat within the premise without allocating a space made especially for them.
Overall, I find this an amazing restaurant with interesting mixture of design elements that made it eco-friendly. If I would rate such a creative interior design, I would definitely give it 5 stars!
Posted by JackieAzuela at 6 September, 2012