Design agency FormRoom, has recently completed DYCE, a new dessert bar in London.
The bright turquoise facade draws attention on the street, enticing customers inside.
Once inside, the interiors, inspired by Salvador Dali’s surrealism, includes soft pastel pink walls complemented by light blue and peach elements. Curvy tiered seating creates a casual seating experience and makes use of the interior height.
On the opposite wall are two Bubble Tea inspired cocoon chairs, created to appeal to Instagram-driven millennials.
Dessert visual cues continue throughout the space with curved floor artwork to mimic the ripples of ice cream.
Corrugated metal panels on the front of the service counter, have been treated with an iridescence vinyl, creating a fun effect.
An eye-catching ceiling installation combines suspended concave and convex iridescent mirrors, representing bubbles from DYCE’s core product offering.
Subtle accents of black trimming give the soft colour palette a defined finish.
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