A leased space once an ice cream store converted into a gelato store. Due to budget constraints, the owner decided to repurpose the existing floor and furniture. We developed the interiors to capture the branding essence and slightly whimsical feel. The project evolved into two options in color palette and utility of the entrance wall from a candy station to a seating booth. The ceiling installation is made out of wood dowels installed at various heights for dynamic depth with integrated lighting.
Location Aventura, FL Status Completed Service Interior Architecture Sectors Retail Client Zohar’s Gelato
The footprint of the front of the house of the gelato store is divided into a service area, sales area, and sitting area. The main equipment necessary for operations is captured in the space planning exercise to confirm adequate ADA circulation.