Whole Foods Market, Davie FL brings together the bright palette of lush Atlantic beaches, textile patterning and geometric storytelling of native Seminole Americans, and the materials, hardware, and applications of a rustic cattle ranch.

Through distinct materials (Fireclay Tile, native cypress), colors, and destination headlines (“BUTCHER” “HARVEST”) the shopper is taken on a journey of discovery. 

The store also serves up extensive fresh prepared options including a Guacamole Station, Beer/Wine Bar, Sushi Kitchen, Sandwich Counter, Pizzeria, Hot/Cold Salad Bar, Juice Bar, and Coffee/Tea Shop.

Seating is made available at each restaurant destination as well as centrally along a front wall lined entirely with bright, open windows.

Custom Signage

KRS recreated Whole Foods’ Animal Welfare rating system signage (a 5 level rating system) to be modular, easily understood, and see-thru (so that butcher staff working stations in back can easily see customers approach).

For signage, fixtures, and decor throughout the store, much of the production was done in-house by KRS custom craftsmen. Murals are hand-painted onto brick. Rope and wood signage is antiqued by hand; wood routed and hand-stained.

Symbolic Story-Telling

The floral/botanical focus extends to geometric patterning and design (based upon the symbolic story-telling employed by local Seminole Americans in basket-weaving patterns that date back to before the 1700s). 

In the “Petals” flower and plant section, ceiling-high windows incorporate emblems for grass, flowers, harvest, and home. Those elements are then deconstructed in repetition to form beautiful, bright graphic devices which serve as a background element throughout the store.

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