Posts Tagged ‘nuremberg’

Mondo Eatery by Neoos Design, Nuremberg – Germany

March 15th, 2017

The word Mondo was the starting point for Neoos Design to conceive a concept based on nature and the outdoors. From that point, natural colors, warm materials and nature-shape forms were chosen to achieve an open and welcoming space where customers would feel relaxed in the heart of Nuremberg.

Sosein resaturant by toc. designstudio, Nuremberg – Germany

February 16th, 2016

The interior colors follow a reduced pallet to allow the food to be the main attraction. Specific color accents are done by decorative items which result from one of the menue ingredients and change therefor together with the menue 4 – 6 times a year.

adidas HomeCourt store, Nuremberg – Germany

December 26th, 2014

A key feature of the new adidas HomeCourt concept is the Arena Façade, creating a bold, distinctive new look for adidas. Like an entrance gate, the Tunnel Entry draws consumers into the big game and welcomes every visitor with a ‘sound shower’ of cheering fans in a stadium.

Goldener Pudel restaurant by roomcode, Nuremberg – Germany

November 27th, 2013

Mischbar by Aretio & Kloos, Nuremberg – Germany

November 8th, 2013

The counter of this special “market” is built in 3 different materials and textures, depending the food that you get; striped white Corian (which looks like tiles) for ice-creams, oak wood for the soups & curries and concrete for the salads area. Cold, warm and fresh materials respectively. As a small detail, a tray dispenser was built inside the counter.

La Tapería Pop-up Tapas Bar by Aretio&Kloos, Nuremberg – Germany

October 28th, 2012

The shelves on the walls are hanging from an aluminum profile that already existed, integrating the furniture in the space. The Tapas trays are painted in irregular shapes and colors, and finally engraved with the logo. They have also created a series of rubber stamps with tag words such as: “Que Aproveche” (Bon Appetit), “Salud” (Cheers) or “Riquísimo” (Delicious) which they stamp on the trays kitchen paper.