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DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafe

Interiors DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafe

DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafeThe area has been dived into 2 parts. The serving space and the service space. the service space being used for storage and product preparation by the staff. Ample room to seat about 13 at time has been provided in the serving area. The choice of colours used is bright to create a fun atmosphere while inside and this compliments the wooden flooring which makes it cozy at the same time.

DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafe

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DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafe

© DeVoiD Design Studio

DeVoiD Design Studio | YOGOs frozen yogurt cafe

© DeVoiD Design Studio

The colour bands run on both walls merging i the ceiling creating a uniform feel throught. The table top on one end has been finished in the same bands to maintain the flow. A lage mirror has been provided to create the feel of a much larger space. Ambient lighting and dim LED’s complete the entire picture. The bubble gum / Candy pink along with the dark brown wooden flooring compliment and give the space a young fun vibe.

Location: Andheri, Mumbai, Maharashtra India
Architect: DeVoiD Design Studio
Program: Interior Architect
Client: Mr. Gaurav Shetty
Principal designer: Mihir Anil Sanganee
Design team: For DeVoiD Design Studio – Mihir Anil Sanganee, Sheldon Periera
Wooden Contractor: DeVoiD Design Studio
Site area: 360 sq.ft
Year of completion: August 2012.
Text: DeVoiD Design Studio
Photo: DeVoiD Design Studio

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