What's the best way to brighten up a dreary gray street? One could just use paint to add a dash of color but a Spanish design team thought it'd be more fun to create an installation using items like yellow tape, pineapples and a lightbulb.
The result is a unique restaurant facade that gives the illusion a bright yellow light shines at the entrance. Located at vegan restaurant Rayén in Madrid, the vibrant installation is the work of the talented team of interior designers and art directors at (fos).
It's an fun design that catches the eye of passersby many of whom can't help but photograph the unexpected yet beautiful scenery.
What did it take to create this unique restaurant installation? Check out how they did it (scroll down for the behind-the-scenes video filmed to the rhythm of Gloria Estefan'sConga):
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