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SOOK by Koncept Stockholm

Koncept Stockholm have recently completed SOOK, a fast food restaurant located in Täby, an area outside of Stockholm, Sweden.


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Project description



SOOK is a fast food restaurant in Täby Centrum outside Stockholm with high standards of quality. It prepares food from the Middle East with a lot of love. But how do you communicate that message of care and passion to busy lunch guests?


Koncept Stockholm dressed Sook’s sense for food and craftsmanship in a modern decor that simultaneously offers a warm feeling. Strong colours meet variegated patterns in a mix of exciting materials. To fulfil the picture: Koncept Stockholm has done most of the packaging design. The result is a relaxing and smart food haven



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Architect: Koncept Stockholm

Photography by Felix Odell


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