Space organisation and interior graphics for the cafeteria of the Coca-cola factory in Grigny, France. The client approached us because the workers were complaining about the old cafeteria. Initially Coca-cola wanted to only redo 9 square meters of space. We though that for about a 100 persons working on this floor this tiny space wasn’t enough and we proposed to the client to rethink the hallway as well. The hallway was only used as a passage and as it was bordering the old cafeteria we decided to incorporate it into the project. As a result we more than tripled the space, unified it visually, re-thought the flows, lights and graphics. The workers and the direction were both extremely happy about the new space.


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