Retail & Hospitality Design
SPC's Paris Croissant was a collaborative class project in which I partnered with a student from Younsei University in South Korea. We worked together to design a two-story building for Paris Croissant, a high-end restaurant and bakery store. Through this project I was able to overcome language barriers and cultural differences. I incorporated international design standards and codes as well as experienced working with the metric system.
- French Afternoon Tea: Drinking the afternoon tea became very popular during late 18th and early 19th century in France. At the time, tea was seen as a symbol of royalty and elegance.
- The design is a modernized version of the late 18th century French style (French Rococo), the scenery in which afternoon tea took place.
- This design represents Paris Croissant as the premium brand that it is and gives it’s clients the chance to experience the French noble lifestyle right in the middle of Seoul, South Korea.
- Design principles & elements applied: scale, emphasis, balance, color, mass and space.
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SPC's Paris Croissant
Ringling College of Art + Design