BIBIGO korea quick service restaurant by CJ Foodville, Seoul – South Korea

October 12th, 2016 by retail design blog

Korean traditional elementsare re-interpreted from a modern point of view. It is designed for customers to easily recognize the identity of Bibigo through the focused use ofkkotsal (bottom sirloin triangle) pattern and green color at the entrance.

Modern elements are emphasized by re-interpreting Korean traditional furniture including chantak (cupboard shelf), soban (small table) and deulchang (overhang door). Openness is further emphasized through the partitions made with pastel-colored fabric at the semi-room.

Photography: Jang Wooseok
Design: CJ Foodville




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