El Fógón (“The Range” in Spanish) is likely one of the pioneering takeaway meals corporations in Elche. It has a number of institutions within the city of Elche and a transparent vocation for growth all through the province of Alicante, Spain. After celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary, they needed to resume the picture of their retailers, beginning with the implementation of this new idea retailer within the industrial base ground of “Camilo Flammarion” road.
Among the many values of the corporate we are able to discover a dedication to the Mediterranean weight loss program and wholesome consuming, a seek for the wholesome life-style… Its supply focuses on high quality and native merchandise, km 0, with out preservatives or components. Nieves Gil, supervisor of the corporate, claims to be in love with nature and the style of the genuine. The brand new inside design necessities responded to the demand of a really practical area, in keeping with the values of the corporate and in coherence with its company picture.
Below these premises, WE DESIGNED A VERY NATURAL, WARM AND ELABORATED SPACE with a excessive presence of wooden and vegetation, which can join you instantly with nature. This retailer has transformed to an eco-friendly area, based on the present social consciousness of sustainability and the respect for the surroundings.
THE PROTAGONISM OF THE NATURAL ELEMENTS
Marine plywood runs alongside the partitions and ceilings, revealing a part of the unique area, which seems as a uniform field in inexperienced, the color of the vegetable and backyard. The wooden cladding is used to type cabinets and counters, reaching a powerful and homogeneous picture of the institution. Porcelain tiles with stone impact and small ceramic tiles utilized on partitions and furnishings complement the mood-board of this inside design undertaking.
GEOMETRY AS A COUNTERPOINT
In an effort to attain a really company and resounding area, it was determined to breed the graphic factor of the circle, current within the graphic picture of the model, within the carpentry cladding. The sample that kinds the soul of this idea retailer is created with a sequence of numerically managed perforations. A design proposal with a contact of avant-garde and timeless spirit, which escapes from traits, goals to generate a real ambiance that promotes a novel buying expertise.
A FUNCTIONAL LAYOUT
The counters, showing as differentiated volumes and organized in two completely different instructions, assist to zonify the product and the client’s buying path. The show is organized as a way to create a logical circulation from left to proper, wherein the recent spot is positioned in entrance of the model brand. A picket wall with brand of the corporate delimits the workplace, which is semi-hidden, this area additionally presents a big countertop that serves as a help space, which is important for the preparation of the order. The central space of the shop is delimited by a “store in store” shelf the place we are able to discover all kinds of containers, lunch packing containers and reusable equipment on the market, which promote the tradition of recycling and plastic discount. On the best facet, we are able to discover the money register, the wine show, and the espresso nook. This espresso space with the desk is designed 100% for buyer socializing. A nod to encourage gatherings and conversations between stoves (“fogones” in Spanish).
AN OPEN FACADE CONCEPT TO ATTRACT THE NEW CUSTOMERS
A completely permeable facade leaves the brand new inside design completely open to the view of passers-by (potential prospects). Now we have created the continuity of the small-format ceramic cladding from the within to the surface (facade) of the shop with the intention of bringing such a institution nearer to the youngest customers. A small bar desk has been added as a final touch, which permits the consumption of the dishes within the institution itself.
Mission title: El Fogón; Location: Elche, Province of Alicante (SPAIN); Constructed space: 75 m2; 12 months: 2022; Inside Design: Manuel García Asociados; Images: Jose Filemón;
Supply: Inside Zine