Store interior design is competed designed by the London-based design studio Joint Perspectives. They have completed designed a store which called the Mundvol Cafe + Grocery Store which is based in Friedrichshafen, Germany. As its name, it is a cafe too, besides a store.
Store Interior Design Review
Joint Perspectives has completed designed a cafe and a store interior design for Mundvol Cafe + Grocery Store which is based in Friedrichshafen, Germany. The interior designer represents María Meller and Mirja Sick for designed corporate, website, packaging and interior for this project. With a small budget, this store has to be designed as a temporary space as it will move alongside the University campus by the end of 2012, which also meant that the designer are not allowed to touch or modify the fabric of the building in any way.
The designer want to create a space which is ‘fresh’ and different surrounding spaces in campus, the aim is to create a cozy and functional space; from the initial stages of the design process color became one of the protagonist, it is reflecting the diversity, vitality and the innovation. The designer designed and custom-made the sofa, shelves and the bar. The plywood, wooden crates, metal and the color have been used throughout the space to create a warm yet contemporary spatial experience.
The store’s bar is clad in layered plywood, and it is incorporates a series of the colored stripes which is achieved through the staining of the wood. The bar also allows for the addition and re-positioning of an array of colored metallic baskets for the display of products, which imitate the design language used for the shelving. The irregular plywood structure is clad along the horizontal edge with a colored magnetic metal strip that allows for the simple addition of magnetic price tags for the products.
Store Interior Design
The shelves which are created for the grocery store area are designed with the simplicity and practically in mind. This allows for the simple addition of the magnetic price tags for the products, the irregular plywood structure is clad along the horizontal edge with a colored magnetic metal strip.
The big fruit industry in the area inspires the design of the sofa. The sofa is made up of 3 parts, as a reflection of the different stages of these industrial processes. The palette base and the cushions are strapped together almost as if it is ready to be shipped.
A magnetic black-board provides the surface for the menu, which staff can easily re-arrange with laser-cut white letters.
Location: Friedrichshafen, Germany
Use: Café/Grocery Store
Total Area: 79msq
Visit the Joint Perspectives website – here.
Photography by Lena Reiner