Harvest Market by Redesign Group, Calais – France

April 17th, 2014 by retail design blog

Harvest Market near Calais, France recently opened at the Dickens terminal in Coquelles. The food market is operated by HMS with an emphasis on fresh and local ingredients with a modern market atmosphere, stylish layout and product laden varieties of displays. There is an emphasis on fresh and healthy ingredients which are displayed in integrated chill wells, cabinets, merchandising barrels and produce baskets throughout the store.

A combination of natural stone cladding and natural stained oak has been integrated into the concept in keeping with the Harvest Market brand image. The materials provide a durable finish to the high use areas. The use of the natural timber colours are set off against a dark grid ceiling overhead which creates a neutral backdrop for all the colours of the fresh produce to stand out against.

The continuous counter runs the length of the store with an integrated tray run allowing the passengers to select food and juices from the displays. The open style show kitchen offers the ability to have selected food cooked in front of the customer. Signage and branding to the site is prominent with illuminated logo on entry bulkhead and specific hand sketched images integrated into the design in frames and colourful wall murals. The seating allows for a mix of leaners, communal tables and individual tables suitable for the high usage and turnaround of customers within the terminal.

Designed by Redesign Group





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