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.
Ordre des Architectes du Québec
Creativity Montreal 2007