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Keep Banana Ice Cream Shop / Martino Hutz Architecture

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  • Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area :
    33 m²

  • Year Year of realization of this architectural project

    Year:


    2021


  • Manufacturers Marks with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: HAY, HIS BONE, La Marzocco, Rhinoceros, V-radius
  • Lamps : HAY

  • Ceiling manufactures: Leo Bau

  • Front door : Die Huber Schreiner

  • Town : Munich

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Text description provided by the architects. The client’s vision was a vegan ice cream shop using only bananas that were too old for sale, but perfect for ice cream. The store is located in the side wing of Sendliner Tor and in a central pedestrian zone. However, due to its small storefront, pedestrians needed to be attracted and the store needed to attract attention. The outgoing front door has been replaced with a hinged door to open fully and merge the interior with the exterior.

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Keep Banana Ice Cream Shop / Martino Hutz Architecture - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Windows, Chair, Counter
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The existing arched door served as inspiration to use forced perspective according to the principle of Palazzo Spada by architect Francesco Borromini built in 1635. Forced perspective creates an optical illusion and plays with the perception of the client. The cone-shaped vault extends from the outgoing arched entrance. The other two arches counter and frame the room like a large brushstroke.

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The texture of the broom finish emphasizes the arches and creates directionality to become the main unifying design element. The furniture has a clean longitudinal layout that divides the space into a customer area and a service area. All vertical surfaces are made of oak wood. The counter is mobile for the possibility of direct sale in the street.

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