Our main objective was to create a complex identity that is also reflected in the interior-design, referring to the exciting eclectic cuisine of the restaurant whilst also illustrating the Alabama siblings the restaurant was named after. The idea of the indoor areas was born in harmony with the progressive mentality of the place. The concrete-like walls go perfectly with both the enlarged portraits, the gastronomic elements and its associated brushstrokes, spatters and paint spots reflecting the textures of the meals that are also shown on the separating pages of the menus. The iconic ring-shaped lamps are also featured on the covers of the die cut menus.
services: interior & branding
client: Da Rose