France will soon see a new and revamped fleet of McDonald's restaurants designed by Parisian designer Patrick Norguet.
Of course, the fast food megbrand has embarked on a series of redesigns all over the world -- for example, its famous redesign of an urban London location, for which the designers SHH received several awards -- and this is just another to add to the roster. The redesign of France's McDonald's restaurants aim to emphasize family dining; as such, the new interiors will have seating for larger groups. Grey and white is the primary color palette and other features include digital kiosks -- allowing customers to make orders at their tables -- as well as special altered furniture pieces and ceramic floor tile by Nourguet.
So far, Nourguet has redesigned McDonald's pilot location in Villefranche Ouraga.
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