Goomba restaurant by Dan Troim, Petah Tikva – Israel

August 13th, 2013 by retail design blog

The restaurant is located at Petach Tikva, in a rectangular space that measures 350 square meters. The restaurant was conceived based on the principles of Fast/casual Italian food chain with a self service.

The program is very unique. There are four areas scattered around the main dining space. Pizza oven area, pasta room, coffee & Desserts counter and a store for an Italian gradients. Even though there are many things in the space, it has a simple and UN threatening feelings and that’s because that Most of the materials that create the place are local ones. When things are familiar to us it makes us feel connecting and comfortable. Of course that many things are also came from Italy.

Art deco wall lamps, part of the table’s legs and tops, ceramic tiles etc. the combination between local and Italian design makes it feel real and not fake Passing scenery. This one is the first place for an upcoming chain.

Designed by Dan Troim




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