Think of fabulous frozen delicious ice-cream and what do you get? The Fabulous Frozen Factory of course! Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia in Mexico, is a new concept that’s just hit the streets. With so many new comers in the frozen world – ice creameries, gelaterias and of course frozen yoghurt, what we love about The Fabulous Frozen Factory is its point of difference. There are no glass displays of flavours and toppings, no waffled cones or colourful menu boards dancing in your face. Instead is a paired back interior that’s all about the ice-cream making process.
The concept was based around the idea of a large ice-cream machine inside an industrial warehouse space. We think architect Jakob Gomez has been successful in achieving this.
The white service counter spans the length of the shop with stainless steel tubes wrapping around it to create the illusion that they are actually assisting in the process.
Colourful kitchen aids highlight where everything takes place and the illuminated three dimensional signage looks like its straight off the set of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
All of this is set against a cold polished concrete floor just to reinforce the concept further.
The old paddle pop just doesn’t cut it anymore! Instead liquid nitrogen is used to create silky soft ice-cream from scratch right in front of the customer eyes!
The Fabulous Frozen Factory by Jakob Gomez Photo Credit: Groovychaos