The name of Royal Palace is english translation of Gyeongbokgung, which was served as the home for the kings during Joseon
Dynasty in Korea. Select walls of the restaurant and the entrance door to the banquet hall are strongly
influenced by the historic construction, and the authentic Korean cuisine served at Royal Palace are highly associated
with the unique atmosphere the restaurant exudes. ADPOP Design carefully oversaw the overall ambiance and theme of the restaurant
and from simply its logo to shaping of the wooden door, we successfully brought the ancient culture into modernized
yet sophisticated dining experience.
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We focused on its vibrant yet comforting blue & white colour combination and the soothing representation on the windows and
interior glasses. With strong direct sunlight from the west, it was important for the client and the design team to
come up with materials that successfully deflected the light and at the same
time deliver informative message such as large-print logos and office phone number. While minimizing the risk of disturbing
the comforting nature of the office, we were able to subtly inject elegance and information with our design philosophy.
In-Fretta, unlike many Italian restaurants in the area, aimed to be represented for its modern yet creatively tasteful dining
experience. With its brilliant red and white decor, the logos, the menu boards, and exterior graphics were carefully
selected and crafted with effectively coordinating materials and designs. The windows effectively represent In-Fretta's
menu items in grey-toned frosting sheets and the large logo outside is an eye-catching installation for the drive-byers on
the local and highway streets that the restaurant is located at. The restaurant is expected to open at several additional
locations in Dallas and Fort Worth areas with its rising popularity in the neighborhood and among the food-lovers.
Bibimbap, which is traditional Korean dish serving warm rice bowl and seasonal vegetables, is well known for its decorative
color combination. Although the dish portrays naturally vibrant ambiance, for comforting and subtle dining environment
the interior is set up with warm wood and soothing white color
combination. Large acrylic board with symbolic images and calligraphy of bibimbap are placed well within the walk-in customers’
view and signages at the order station, pick-up area, and restroom are produced with materials that blends well into
the interior concept of the restaurant.