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Offering a warm, delightful atmosphere filled with pops of color, CORE’s design of Sugar Fox, a neighborhood ice cream shop and bakery, focuses on intuitive customer flow and efficient workspaces. A modern interpretation of a Victorian-style ice cream parlor lattice screen visually separates the front and back of house. The service counter translates into a compact, functional workspace and is designed to separate the queuing for ice cream and the walk-up cake counter to avoid cross-traffic during the high-volume season. The menu signage with ice cream toppings and cones displayed below provides a pleasing visual backdrop. Emphasizing the client’s brand, a custom sprinkle fox pattern is incorporated in various forms throughout the space.

Design: CORE architecture + design,

Principal: Allison Cooke

Design Team: Christopher Peli, Daniel Mayo

General Contractor: Potomac Construction Services

MEP Engineer: Caliber Design, Inc

Foodservice Consultant: Feustel Foodservice Design, LLC

Graphic Designer: Polygraph Creative

Photography: Ron Ngiam

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