Oliver Brown Chocolate Cafe by Morris Selvatico, Chatswood – Sydney

December 28th, 2011 by retail design blog

Located in Chatswood Westfield’s recently refurbished food precinct, the Oliver Brown chocolatier embraces the authentic art of chocolate making. A balance of bold patterns and aged timbers give the fitout a vintage feel, complemented in the branding and packaging of the handcrafted chocolates.

The design is an extension of the Oliver Brown brand, providing a holistic and sensual chocolate experience for the customers. Vintage and rustic elements are intertwined, and can be seen in every aspect of the design, from material choices to lighting, graphics to packaging.

Rustic terracotta flooring and recycled spotted gum timber is complemented by bold wallpaper, with a geometric form that relates directly to the Aztec heritage of chocolate. It is this pattern that goes on to inform the packaging and branding of the Oliver Brown chocolate products.

Designed by Morris Selvatico


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