A colorful interior design

Zolé!'s restaurant

In collaboration with Jérémy Hall (graphic designer), PARKA has developed and realized the concept for the Mexican restaurant chain Zolé. From the development of graphic identity to interior design, the team has been inspired by the festive world of Mexico and the simplicity of contemporary design, in order to create a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. Elements of bright colors and detailed prints contrast the sobriety of furniture, materials, accessories and graphic elements. The presence of wood has been prioritized to support the warm atmosphere, subtly contrasting with colored concrete walls, which give a festive and original touch to the facilities. In addition, accent walls have been highlighted by the application of colorful murals.

For the graphic identity concept, the team had fun developing different options for the graphic and advertising material. Parka has proposed a typography, pictograms and colorful patterns following the food and the atmosphere of the restaurant.

  • Year

  • Architecture

  • Graphic Design
    Parka in collaboration with Jérémy Hall, graphic designer

  • Location
    Saint-Nicolas (Québec) | Sainte-Foy (Québec), Canada

  • Project type
    Commercial | Restaurant

  • Program
    Branding and interior design

  • Size
    138 m² and 165 m²

  • Photo credit
    Jessy Bernier Photographe

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