Quattro D

Quattro D presents a fresh ready-to-eat concept, halfway between a convenience store and a café.

The starting image was that of an urban picnic: a gigantic tablecloth is lifted up, wrapping the ceiling and upper walls to meet the fridges. Derived from traditional Italian embroidery, the tablecloth pattern was hand-painted in the style of large-scale urban graffiti. Under this canopy, a central counter mounted on trestles zigzags through the space. Quattro D conveys a message of freshness, urbanity and carefully prepared homemade food.

Type

Restaurant

Intervention

Interior reorganization

Location

Montreal, QC

Date

2007

Graphism

Studio Feed

Excellence prize 2009

Ordre des Architectes du Québec

Prize

Creativity Montreal 2007