In the centre of Hanover harry clark designed an interior concept for a café and deli with two branches. Two goals were targeted by the client: Firstly to attract a young urban crowd as well as passing customers. Further to create an individual design concept which indicates the high quality of bio self made food and beverage rather than mass production.
For this reason harryclarkinterior used a wide range of design elements: A bespoke metal counter under huge Tom Dixon copper globe lights, black and white splashback tiling with multi coloured wood panels above. Vintage school furniture got a new lease of life as restaurant tables and chairs. All is set up within a sublime harmony of muted and earthy tones highlighted with only few splashes of colour.
Wall decoration made of a collection of decorative ceramic plates is a subtle reminder of southern french Savoir-Vivre.
It thus created a welcoming and hospitable space which emits diversity, comfort, and the love for detail.