|SQ. FT.||250 SQF|
Memories of nibbling dough as children informed ’s design of , the first German outpost dedicated to the treat. The design firm’s head of brand interiors Christian Skeide, with senior designer Jeannette Riedel, transformed a narrow and dark 250-square-foot space into a bright and cheery eatery. “The inviting and inspiring environment piques the curiosity of customers of all ages,” Skeide says. Walls painted cotton candy pink mix with a grid of badminton birdies. The plywood menu board encourages guests to forget their diets before choosing their toppings. The counter, fronted in white-glazed ceramic tiles, integrates a yellow strip that lets children climb up to see the bowls of dough.