Created with the vision of an atypical fast-food joint with a warm yet distinct personality, Poult modelled by Minnie Bhatt Design gives off a sense of carefree and easygoing style. Neon Chicken graphics, retro light fittings, custom-made planters and classic European decor gives an eclectic and chic appeal to the bistro. Being a playful brand, the décor is casual and easy but warm and inviting, competing with brands like KFC. SURFACES REPORTER (SR) gathers more information about the project from Minnie Bhatt. Scroll down to read:
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POULT is founded on a strong identity that engages with its audience across various levels, through food, drink, playfulness, and dialogue.
Classic European Pub Feel
The client wanted to create a space that has an international appeal and is warm with a distinct personality that doesn’t resemble a typical fast-food joint.
The space has a classic European pub vibe with a casual-chic earthen feel and a bar in the center that forms the highlight of the interiors.
Red Colour To Reflect Brand Identity
At the entrance, a large red community table is placed as the red colour is synonymous with the brand.
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Bespoke Light Fittings and Planters
The bar counter apron displays tiles that resemble eggs in off white and orange. The décor visually represents everything “chicken”.
There are neon chicken graphics around the restaurant and the chicken graphic posters form a colourful and fun corner. The bespoke retro light fittings complement the décor. Custom-created planters in deep orange add to the character of the restaurant.
The design approach helps in creating a brand image through quirky signages, décor and finishes—leaving a distinct impression in the mind of the visitors.
Design Firm: Minnie Bhatt Design
Principal Designer: Minnie Bhatt
About the Designer
Minnie Bhatt completed her master’s in interior design from Sophia Polytechnic and started as an intern with Sunil Jasani and Sangeeta Mansharmani of FinelinesDesigners and then took up a full-time job with them for five years. Post which she did projects on her own and as an associate with a couple of architects before introducing Minnie Bhatt Design about 15 years ago.
Minnie Bhatt, Founder, Minnie Bhatt Design
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