Ice-cream parlor is a brand name in its own industry. This chic parlor has been designed in Surat in a 925 sq ft of carpet area at a cost of around 5.5 lakes. that cost comes around 600 Rs/sq.ft.The location of the parlor is on one of the city`s most commercial road and almost at the junction of a 3 – cross road of old city area which the boutique an added benefit.
The clients brief came with quite a clear idea of promoting the brand as local level as franchise of mother brand of DAIRY DON. Their demand was justified with the products to be served directly to the customers coming from at local level. They wanted the parlor to look large and fuss free and at the same time completely open to the customers.
C O N C E P T:
’Colorful and Mysterious’
The atmosphere of the parlor is dark with spotlights on the Sitting Table in Ice-Cream Parlor area.
The dark colored display- panel is like a passé-partout for the highlighting the Service Counter.
This will be assisted by the lighting concept which works mainly with directed spots and cones of light.
The concept incorporates chic aesthetics into 6 comfortable, well-appointed Sitting Tables in Cafeteria. An unassuming, natural palette with minimalist décor instantly puts visitors at ease. While occasional pops of color gently sway, rather than rudely compel, your mood.
Conceptually, each of the Six Tables has been colored coded. and its 24 colored chairs is adding a chic ambience to the Parlor.
The site selected had a good corner location which opened to the road. The walls were brought down and clear glasses adorned the beauty of the parlor .To make it a fuss free space all the seating was taken towards the walls and a large area was kept open.
Call me crazy, if you will, but I find childlike joy in flipping through the Asian Paint color shade card. It’s a bit like stepping into a candy store or getting your hands on a new box of crayons. All the colors of the rainbow and more flash before your eyes revealing the possibilities of a hue-happy world, triggering a million emotions all at once. All right,so the analogy may be a bit of stretch , but imagine design inspired by the Asian world of colour.When envisioning a ‘colorific’ space , images of a psychedelic,70’s influenced utopia are first to come to mind .Wild splashes of paint that trip the senses into a sublime state. An unassuming, neutral palette with minimalist décor instantly puts visitors at ease. While occasional pops of color gently sway, rather than rudely compel, your mood.