How to rethink an inexpensive old material for a new restaurant?
Situated within the northern area of poznań is ChiChi 4U – a new burger restaurant envisioned by mode:lina™. As the architectural design studio has previously created interiors for the same company, the new venue seeks to form a unique space while still aligning with the ChiChi 4U brand.
The interior was filled with surprising materials which came straight from a building supplies warehouse! Almost 300 PVC pipes covered the walls and ceilings, and their dynamic composition with yellow mesh panels became a trademark of ChiChi 4U new joint. Mesh panels around the counter helped with presenting the menu.
Bright orange PVC pipes create a dynamic three-dimensional composition. The combination of materials helps to create a contemporary and somewhat industrial aesthetic, while maintaining consistency with the other venues of ChiChi 4U.
mode:lina™ designers also paid attention to ensure consistency between this interior’s design and the recognisable style of other venues – the interior was complemented with dark corrugated metal sheet, wood accessories and black tiles in the bar area.
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