gonzalez haase AAS designs beets and roots healthy fast-food restaurant in berlin gonzalez haase AAS designs beets and roots healthy fast-food restaurant in berlin
dec 08, 2016

gonzalez haase AAS designs beets and roots healthy fast-food restaurant in berlin

 

berlin studio gonzalez haase AAS, has completed a bright, cheerful, patchwork interior for healthy fast-food ‘beets and roots’ restaurant in the heart of the german capital. the interior is divided into colored zones which are connected through the use of pastel tiles, which cover the walls, floor and bar area. 

gonzalez haase aas beets and roots berlin designboom
all images courtesy gonzalez haase © thomas meyer / ostkreuz

 

 

the pixelated fashion of the tiles adds a contemporary layer to the restaurant which is reminiscent to that of an american diner. gonzalez haase AAS has evoked this casual atmosphere, through the use of irregular neon halos and canteen-style bar. all of these elements are juxtaposed against bare concrete walls and wooden seating areas, which help contribute towards the modern and honest philosophy that beets and roots aims to provide.  

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gonzalez haase aas beets and roots berlin designboom

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gonzalez haase beets and roots berlin designboom

gonzalez haase beets and roots berlin designboom

gonzalez haase beets and roots berlin designboom

gonzalez haase beets and roots berlin designboom
beets and roots, große hamburger str. 38, berlin, germany

  • Looks to me like the photographers came a couple of weeks to early. Valiant attempt at the raw unfinished look but in the end it seems like a bunch of styles poorly combined… often the result of copying something instead of understanding the style well enough to innovate with it. Beyond that, the bulky character of the wooden furniture is totally out of place.

    dw says:

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