Fast-food restaurant chain KFC is launching a radical new design concept, which it says represents “the future of interior design for KFC”.
The “informal and stylish” new interiors are launching at KFC’s Bracknell branch, with the Exeter and Reading restaurants set to follow. KFC says it has plans to roll the design out nationwide – across its 870 branches – from March 2015.
The new designs have been created by KFC’s in-house team, led by creative design manager Jade Swaby. The team worked with consultancy R&R on the project, while Finch Interiors also delivered elements of the design.
The new look features exposed ceilings and textured brick-effect walls as well as photographs and illustrations from commissioned artists that represent the ingredients in KFC’s food.