(Author : Katherine Pendrill)
French designer Patrick Norguet recently gave a McDonald’s restaurant a contemporary upgrade by outfitting it with a series of colorful light boxes.
When it comes to chain restaurants, most consumers are used to seeing the same decor at each and every location. This McDonald’s delivers a different kind of dining experience with its visually captivating interior.
As part of an effort to give the fast food chain a new architectural identity in France, Norguet revamped an old McDonald’s location on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. Norguet went to work pairing raw concrete with sheet metal to give the building a sleek, industrial feel. He then added a series of colorful light boxes to the ceiling to bring a sense of whimsy into the space. He also redesigned the layout of the restaurant in order to integrate new technology and maximize customer convenience.
Source : trendhunter.com