Inside Original Chick-Fil-A Dwarf House
Today I visited Hapeville, GA. Home of the Original Chick-fil-A Dwarf House.
Chick-Fil-A decided it was time for an update so they did a massive remodel and doubled the square footage with a new flagship store.
It's really a cool project, so let’s check it out. I had the privilege of working with design team to help develop the terrazzo flooring.
Terrazzo was the perfect flooring finish to share the dwarf house story while durable enough to withstand the heavy foot traffic. The terrazzo flooring has 8 different colors, that utilize recycled clear glass aggregate.
The clear glass gives a depth to the floor and allows the resin color to transmit through. This gives the floor a nice consistency across the floor while allowing for pattern distinction.
The project has 5 distinct areas, the lobby, diner, self serve dining, mobile area and restrooms. The main lobby floor welcomes customers with the signature dwarf house arch pattern and chick-fil-a branding.
The diner flooring has a diamond pattern that is accented with long time server names. This area also features a poured in place terrazzo bar curb.
The self serve dining area has a beautiful sunburst pattern.
The mobile area features a transportation map of Hapeville.
The restrooms have a classic field and border pattern with precast terrazzo walls and sinks.