In order to draw more consumers to Goldis Deli, the Jerusalem-based kosher spot redesigned its interior.
Rather than sticking to a strict color theme, the deli opted to infuse the interior with as many warm-hued colors as possible, while balancing these inviting pops of color with neutral bases of brown, gray and white. In addition to making the look of the interior more inviting to consumers, the deli made it more accessible to those who speak different languages, with all of its signs translated to three tongues.
By employing Studio Yaron Tal to adjust its design, Goldis Deli provides consumers with a comforting space to eat its range of cooked foods, salads, pastries, and more.
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