33 photos

Restaurant McDonald’s - Bratislava

Modular restaurant building with vertical wooden facing.

Classification:Catering projects / Restaurants
Year of implementation:2001
Country of implementation:Slovakia
Technical Specifications: Length of assembly: 1 week
Length of manufacture: 1 week
Number of modules: 8
Area: 130
Product series: StandardLine
Sales model:Sale

McDonald’s also used the KOMA sys­tem for its restau­rant in Bra­ti­sla­va, Slo­va­kia. Even with this sig­ni­fi­cant­ly lar­ger structu­re we see the use of ver­ti­cal woo­den facing which ser­ves as a dis­tinct link between all new McDonald‘s restau­rants. However, this faça­de is enti­re­ly of wood, as oppo­sed to the Mla­dá Boleslav restau­rant. Throu­gh its use of a cran­ked metal roof and once aga­in a modern inte­ri­or this is ulti­ma­te­ly an attracti­ve buil­ding, one which gives the impres­si­on of a las­ting structure.

Reference location

Back to References page