Gelati Factory by Lionel Debs Architectures, Strasbourg

August 16th, 2012 by retail design blog

France-based Lionel Debs Architectures, has conceived the ‘Gelati Factory’, a minimal design solution for the interior retail space of the home-made Italian style ice cream storefront. A large counter welcomes customers behind a glazed showcase, where an array of candy and toppings can be chosen to customize the flavor of the users ice cream.

The shop is divided into two parts, separated by a multi-functional wall containing five soft serve machines and storage. Both volumes, the counter and the central wall, define the shop organizational layout and covered in venetian mosaic tiles.

http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/30/view/22855/lionel-debs-architectures-gelati-factory-ice-cream-shop.html

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