- Patrick Norguet for McDonalds
- Posted 42 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 8136 Views
Worldwide fast-food giant McDonalds have just commissioned designer Patrick Norguet to give their French restaurants a major facelift. Norquet's plan is to make the restaurants a place for families rather than teenagers, dividing up the space with plywood cabinets, shelving, and booths. There will also now be an option to digitally order your meal direct from the booth.
A press statement from the designer reads:"McDonald's has put Patrick Norguet in charge of designing the new architectural identity for its restaurants in France. A project which is exciting in terms of its scope as well as in its technical and sociological constraints since it concerned McDonald's returning to its founding myth: familial fast food."