Description:HI i need few slides on a mockup for a shop front i'm opening.
I need to have 3 main area, On the front counter, bit of space on the left, a hot food display with the GN 1/3 total 6, followed by a hot grill plate around 65/60 followed by cool display for sald ingredient around 9 1/3 gn, so total around 1.1. mtr.
Front top a glass 30 cm high with no top see the attache pictures.
I have attached photo of the shop today,
We need to modify the shop name from Grill and go to "italian street food store, i attache the brand for porpoise.
a drawing with the actual measures of the shop.
On the back i would remove the top price lists and would put this on the left side leaving the top free.
REnedring photo need to be modified with new name and similar counter
Wants:I need a mock up front of the shop with the correct name on top. i attache the brand file with name "Italian street food store"
i need a drawing showing from different angle and prospective the front shop counter.
total would be two front photo and two drawings.
the order in the counter should be:
Left to right
1) a first part with no appliance on top around 1 mt long, we will display pizza base and Piadina base.
2) hot counter around 80 cm long with 6 1/3 gn no top, this will display different food (chicken, sosages, vegetarian )
3) grill top around 60 cm for 60 cm with space for an hot plate on the left 30X60 on top of this we need to have a small island hoods coming down (stain still and contemporary look)
4) refrigerated buit in part, 1.1 mtr, no top.
5) last bit would be one cashier (ipad) on the left we need to have a movable part of the counter to allow people to pass, around 80 cm.
in front of the cashier we can have a small glass display for fresh croissant ad muffin.
in front of the food display we need to have a glass at list high 30 cm. from the beginning to the end of the refrigerated part.
Colour need to be pretty neutral i would use dark wenge and white.
I need a format file that can reopen in pdf and in any basic architectural software.
I have attache some file of the actual shop and the way the rendering need to look like. I have attached the measures and the appliance i need to install (GGM gastro).
The two histogram file are similar shop to give you a visual on what i need to achieve.
Additional InformationThe contest has been closed and no winner has been selected.
the only application was incomplete just one picute presented and not front and to pies of the counter. The picute was different from the one i have asked to modify.
To late now to reopen
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