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When Parisian terraces have it experiential | Comments: 98

I don't know if you know, but french especially parisians are not that big on bringing their lunch to work. Therefore a vast number of restaurants are designed for your usual lunch business people. What would have been the brasseries' business is

Bright, 3 color scheme

Variety of aromas available for you to smell

A quilt available, should it get chilly.

Can you tell what that one is?

I don't know if you know, but french especially parisians are not that big on bringing their lunch to work. Therefore a vast number of restaurants are designed for your usual lunch business people.

What would have been the brasseries' business is now the business of hypish, healthish, designish lunch places.

Even since the law about tabacco has hit France, we have seen in Paris, a lot of terraces opening. Increasing in the process, the capacity of the restaurants.

Here are the lastest improvements of the concept, seen at Homemaid, 97 boulevard Haussmann, Paris.


when the Hotel Bloom transforms every name tag into a surprise | Comments: 64

At the hotel Bloom in Brussels: Smile and Angel will great at the reception desk. Superman will be in charge of security. Myself will serve you a drink at the bar. Additional cost: 0 euro Client experience: 10. Meeting any employee makes it a

Mockups of the name tags at the Hotel Bloom in Brussels

At the hotel Bloom in Brussels:

  • Smile and Angel will great at the reception desk.
  • Superman will be in charge of security.
  • Myself will serve you a drink at the bar.

Additional cost: 0 euro Client experience: 10.

Meeting any employee makes it a potential experience. I should have waited for the cleaning lady to read hers. Oh... next time.

The Hotel Bloom is filled with other delights... I won't reveal them all here, so enjoy.


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