The existing cafeteria at Saddleback High School in Santa Ana, Calif., was crowded and uncomfortable for students. The goal was to upgrade the kitchen and create an environment that would contribute to peaceful student gathering. Hexagon shapes reminiscent of campuswide graphics were incorporated into lighting fixtures, and vibrant colors inspired by vegetables and farmers markets were unleashed in a space originally void of color. To transform the space into a fresh social gathering spot for students and teachers, food science is celebrated through custom graphics and a branded name, The Paseo.
Read more about Saddleback High School, The Paseo and view a photo gallery at SchoolDesigns.com.