LODOVNIA, a mobile ice cream shop located in Poznan, Poland, has a new flagship store that is designed with a cheeky reference to its product. The store's facade, which was designed by mode:lina architekci, is covered in white spikes, giving it an aggressive, punk aesthetic. After considering the white conical shapes, though, the penny drops and people realize that the shapes are meant to look like ice cream cones.
The conical references continue on the inside of the building as well, just plastered into two dimensions rather than three. Triangles feature prominently in the interior design, with various takes on the shape on the counter and around the walls. The ceiling and floors also have a stark but difficult to spot paint job that forms yet another large-scale triangle.
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