The Roast Room’s mascot, The Butcher, a plump figure with a long nose, appears in various forms around the space: in a drawing of him pasted on the front window, or as a shiny statue standing in the kitchen, while his chopped-off leg is the restaurant’s logo and can also be found hanging outside the main entrance.
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The triangular shape will be realised in a mix of mediums to create depth of layers, such as a glitter vinyl applied directly to the glass & then both illuminated shapes and free-standing 3d white card pyramids which are anchored to 2 hand carved cave like foam structures which look like they were made of ice and snow, this is then enhanced with a strong element of texture and light.
Our task was to propose a project that fits to the latest collection which is composed of mostly black clothes with marble patterns and bold prints. The decoration wasn’t supposed to be a typical Christmas one, so we set our course toward a modern-classic style reffering to ancient marble sculptures.
In some windows feathers swirled like autumn leaves, in others – they gently fell down at the ground. Window dressings were coupled with the images on the demonstration monitors. Jewelry in the presentation windows looked in their “best light”. Regarding the autumn theme, we proposed decorative panels made of acrylic with internal illumination.