The setting of the trend café at Formland Spring 2018 is tactile surfaces - something that can be touched, hence the the name 'TOUCHE MOI' (French for 'Touch me').
It's all about surfaces and stuctures, and focusing on the tactile elements, the café takes its starting point in exciting surfaces on the walls, floors, furniture and accessories. These days, we experiment with structures, patterns, surfaces, embossings and materials - a direct contrast to the digital and superficial snapshot; something real and sustained that you can touch.
The café, that NORD Urban Gourmet Food leases, is divided into three colour scales and zones - three different tones that HØEG + MØLLER believe will permeate 2018: 'Plump it up', 'Mustard madness' og 'Pinkish'. Within each colour, the design duo works with entire scale - from fragile shades to the very dark tones. A fourth colour 'Electric blue' will frame the entire café.
Besides being divided into colours, the café is also divided into three different zones that each get its own function inspired by the way we go out for dinner at present. A consumer behaviour where all kind of people make use of all kind of places to eat - to any number of different purposes. Cafés are being used as an alternative to the office by both students and business people, and we love to take place at the refectory table socialising with others, just like there is room for the more exclusive experiences of enjoying your dinner. Inspired by this mindset, the café is divided into the following areas, where you can choose to enjoy your meal and a refreshment: