I was never a big fan of using green color for a restaurant from a psychological perspective. Even design experts never considered green to be an “appetizing” color. But looking at this restaurant’s refreshing green color pallet I am convinced it can work.
Weinerwald restaurant in Munich was designed by Appolito Fleitz Group, a German based architecture firm.
Some of the most intriguing design elements that I found in this restaurant design are: curved corners all around, making the space feel safe and comfortable (subconsciously), light wood flooring, creating the contrast with the darker pallet of green walls and ceiling. Small graphical design touches, such as the company’s logo, running chickens, on the white counter and the large twirls in gold paint on the ceiling, make the space playful.
But the main focal point of this place is the mirrors with graphics on them. Mirrors have been known to make any space look larger but making them a part of the environment with contemporary graphics is an excellent idea! Similar vinyl graphics was placed on windows’ glass as well.
This restaurant design is another great example of how unified branded design can be accomplished by utilizing simple materials, paint colors and designer’s imagination. To see more images of this restaurant design click HERE.
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