Eliminating the need for art, paneling, or wallpaper, this treatment makes use of the building material itself.
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The 25hours Hotel Zurich West was developed with the team of Alfredo Häberli Design Development. The Zurich designer with Argentinian roots was born in 1964 and was named Designer of the Year by Architektur & Wohnen magazine in 2009. He is responsible for countless designs for internationally famous brands like Camper, Iittala, Kvadrat, Luceplan, Georg Jensen, Vitra and Moroso.
The carpet was purposely designed using deep, dramatic colors like purple, red and black, creating a feeling of warmth and intimacy. The wallpaper, predominantly red with a black flock, adds a complimentary touch. Storeage coupled the graffiti design with a black and white Memphis-influenced pattern that brings a rock and roll edge.
The interior design is an extension of The Juice Truck brand – brightly coloured walls, fruit-inspired art and wallpaper and clean / modern furniture and lighting create a fun and inviting space for the community and customers. A juice bar and community space comprise the front space, with a full commissary and production space in the back.
The store is one of the largest in the area with a double fronted design and spreads across two floors. Since the redesign, the store has seen an increase in traffic, increase in occupancy time and delivery orders. Key elements used include, DAN design light shades, laminated digital print wallpaper, minimalistic fixed seating design, and LED lighting.