Located in the heart of Poznań’s Stary Browar. The LODOVNIA is a new mobile ice cream shop with a unique facade by mode:lina.

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Design: mode:lina
Team: Paweł Garus, Jerzy Woźniak, Anna Kazecka
Location: Stary Browar, Poznań
Completion: June, 2017
Area: 35 sqm
Photos: Patryk Lewiński

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Project's description: Since the building took a central spot in the Courtyard of Art, mode:lina™ studio designers approached its façade as if it was a piece of art. Dark walls were extended with the use of almost one thousand white sport cones, referring to LODOVNIA's flagship product – natural ice cream in a cone.

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Large glazed panels not only allow to peek in, but they also reflect the surrounding Stary Browar's architecture.

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

The interior is a black and white composition as well, warmed by triangle-shaped elements made of natural plywood. Both the triangles and the shape of a sport cone further connect with the letter V in LODOVNIA's logo, which makes the architectural result consistent with the ice cream shop’s visual identity system.

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

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Unique mobile ice cream shop by mode:lina

Located in the heart of Poznań’s Stary Browar. The LODOVNIA is a new mobile ice cream shop with a unique facade by mode:lina

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