The design team at Johannes Torpe Studios created a new design for Danish healthy fast food chain, Palæo. Inspired by the simple paleo diet and lifestyle, they designed welcoming interiors for the chain’s eateries using organic materials like wood, wool and leather.
“We experienced a brand with a really strong food concept, but with a need for this to be infused into their spaces. At the same time, the client wanted to create a setting that evoked a feeling of Danish hygge and homeliness. They wanted to convey that they were more than a takeaway place, and that called for the creation of an interior that entices people to actually stay and hang out”, explains Bjarke Vind, project leader and Senior Designer from Johannes Torpe Studios (Source).
The renewed concept includes zones dedicated for different purposes: eating areas, cosy lounges, workstations for the chefs, etc.
The result is very Scandinavian, simple and stylish. And very hygge, too, with the muted colours. A quick look through Palæo’s menu (in Danish only) seals the deal – A must during your next visit to Copenhagen!
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