It’s all about adaptability in the clever design of the Voodoo Ray’s pizza restaurant in Shoreditch, London. Dreamed up by Brinkworth design consultancy firm, the place is as functional as colorful, combining the angles and curves of simple geometry into a visually pleasing mix.
The pizza restaurant is built to fit within the limits of three shipping containers. This is not a design decision made on a whim. With the rising success of pop-up stores that are not bound to a certain location, flexibility is a prized quality. The simple design of Voodoo Ray’s can be easily adapted to the constraints of other sites.
The use of vibrant colors is an important part in the design. The rows of tiles evoke the look of the classic pizza parlor and are an effective way to bring chromatic drama and vibrancy into the place. Angular steel sheets add more color and are in perfect accord with the idea of a shipping container.
It is obvious that the designers had fun working on the project. Images of falling pizza slices promise future culinary delights, while the bar stools are painted with an iconic representation of a pizza slice.
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