ASKA design firm has transformed a restaurant space into an inviting and aesthetically pronounced vegan breakfast joint. The restaurant is called Cafe Banacado and is an intimate 70-square-foot cafe. Lead designer Polina Sandström drew inspiration primarily from Wes Anderson's films and the Cuban aesthetic.
The color palette chosen for the restaurant was warm hues of yellow, pink, and cream - deliberately chosen to make space feel like a cafe in a Southern, sun-filled climate. The cafe is completed with built-in benches, checkered floors, and mirrors which draws on a Cuban sensibility. It is further decorated with vintage polaroid pictures to evoke a sense of nostalgia and was designed using a one-point perspective that draws on Wes Anderson's symmetrical aesthetic.
Cafe Banacado serves plant-based breakfast food all day long.
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