Jamy’s Burger Restaurant by why the friday, Frankfurt – Germany

October 30th, 2015 by retail design blog

In cooperation with Jamy’s Burger’s team we reworked an existing store concept and refined the design of their restaurants. Right in the middle of Frankfurt, between famous Römer and Zeil, the second restaurant opened on 200 sq.m. The design concept is based on a combination of industrial character and natural material like oak and spruce wood. In addition to the whole interior concept we designed and planned functional furniture for upcoming Jamy’s Burger restaurants, for example a return station for tablets, a transport trolley and supply station for the bar. We developed purpuse-bulit installations matching the already existing interior which complete the furniture concept realized by Jamy’s Burger.

Design: why the friday
Photography: Stephan Junglas


About why the friday :
why the friday is a young german design studio, which is primarly specialized in modern an minimalist product and interior design. Product designer Ruben Löbbert and interior designer Annika jung founded the studio in 2012 in Darmstadt, Germany.

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