Kabooky Tajish Square
Kabooky is a 40 year old fried chicken restaurant based in Tarjish, north of Tehran. Yousefi Architects were invited to rebrand the restaurant back to its historic roots and help develop new future venues.
Inside, an intense orange ‘ribbon’ flows through the space, inserting the brand colors into every element, Glowing orange neon signage and light fixtures further add to the contracting stark white backdrop.
The seating arrangement is in a perfect alignment with the reflection of the original ceiling geometry and revealing existing floor beams. The clean precision is also carried through the orange metal cartesian seating and table design
Experimenting with DIY material such as chicken wire was rotated on one another to form light privacy screens between seating banquette with interesting dotted Islamic geometry.
Aluminum light weight bird-like cage chandeliers where prototyped for the new lighting between the highlighted cross sections of the grid like formation ceiling.
Architect - Yousefi Architects
Photography - Nazanin Peykar ara
Graphics - Saam Keshmiri
Client - Quickfoods Ltd
Pasdaran St. Area - 80 sqm
Tajrish Sq. Area - 135 sqm
Location - Tajrish Square, Tehran, Iran