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Don’t waste much if you can.
The spatial planning of HiHi Popcorn Chicken is aimed at achieving a win-win situation among environmental friendliness, cost and consumer experience. We adopt a predominantly metric corner structure: in terms of rational considerations, the simplified shape and materials can be efficiently reproduced. In terms of sensibility, we used a few corners to create a neighborly atmosphere, so that modern consumers can feel the closeness of traditional roadside stalls under the banyan tree.
In the post-epidemic era, hygiene has become an important issue. The service staff takes the food instead of holding the food in a plastic basket by customers. For this reason, HiHi Popcorn Chicken uses the red plastic baskets as the main decorative element of the space, hoping that it is not just a nostalgic memory, but a fun part of the spatial experience. In addition, there is also an Easter egg hidden in the space to interact with consumers. If you find the cat that sneaks away with the food, you will be rewarded with a mysterious prize.
The simplicity of reducing waste and the warmth of sharing old-fashioned kindness in the process of reducing waste are exactly what we hope everyone enjoys.
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