Froyo Yogurteria / Ahylo Studio

  • 15 Nov 2012
  • Hotels and Restaurants Selected Works
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Architects: Ahylo Studio
Location: , Greece
Architect In Charge: Pavlos Xanthopoulos, Ioulietta Zindrou
Collaborator: Daphne Lada
Branding/Graphic Design: Asprimera Design Studio
Area: 70 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Courtesy of Ahylo Studio

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Froyo yogurteria in Volos, is an application of the architectural branding held for ‘Froyo Yogurteria’. The main design goal was to emphasize on a clean architectural proposal and highlight the product (frozen yogurt). Abstract, double curvature surfaces, form the ceiling and the counter for the yogurt toppings. The fresh icon of the store emerges from the identification of the fresh products along with the compilation of the materials and colors.

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The form finding processes of the customized geometries are following simple cosine functions that generate a set of algorithmic relationships. In terms of design, topological correlations are applied, through varying parameters, as appropriate metrics to spatial adjustment for each froyo yogurteria store. The uniqueness of each store is obtained with the different handling of the implementation of these correlations, along with the flexibility over material and fabrication process. Thus, every individual store is unique while at the same time following the algorithmic set of rules of the main space branding strategy.

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Cite: "Froyo Yogurteria / Ahylo Studio" 15 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 31 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=293437>

1 comment

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    Cool and simple!
    Does anyone know how the double curved table top is made? Is it timber or plastic?
    very interesting?

    thanks

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