This relaxing and informal beach front restaurant design was conceived as a franchise model. And, once again, Liqui and Crate47’s dual involvement in this project has worked seamlessly to create a considered designer restaurant with a strong but friendly brand identity.
The interior design makes full use of reclaimed materials producing a warm, relaxed environment. Utilitarian style lighting combined with dark and weathered woods creates an industrial beach shack aesthetic which is further reinforced by the use of surfboards and stylized imagery carefully placed throughout the interior. This selective choice of materials not only creates a welcoming and immersive restaurant interior design, but also satisfies requirements for an affordable build without any high-cost elements.
As always Liqui’s fit-out team are on hand, able to handle the installation and manufacture of the bespoke interior – all coming together to provide a unique turnkey service that we at Liqui and our sister company Crate47 pride ourselves on.
Alongside Liqui, Crate47 managed the branding and graphic design work for the project. This included signage, logo design and imaginative illustrations which feature strongly both in the interior and on printed material such as the menus.
Find out more about Crate47’s branding for Mamawawa’s