Death Valley meets Scandinavian design; inspired by the beautiful photo series of Jordan Sullivan, Stockholm based studio Note designs a space that would work well throughout the day, a place where you can have well cooked food, your morning coffee and your after work beer. Fine Food serves everyday food and pastries for the inhabitants of Hammarby Sjöstad (a recently developed district in the south of Stockholm)
The translation of the soothing colors on Sullivan’s photography into a three dimensional space is utterly superb. The design has created a clean, soft space with a calm, inviting color palette for example the custom-made herringbone tile floor represents the greyscale of the area’s rocks and mountains. The color palette – ranging from the deep green marble to various nuances of pale green and turquoise with contrasting salmon red and peach – are a direct translation of the colorful variations of the natural light in the mountains. The materials are typical Scandinavian such as light ash wood, brass and natural leather except for the Green Guatemala marble used some part of the design. Tables, sofas and shelves are specially designed for this project giving it its own unique identity.