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The new Indie Superette market has opened in San Francisco’s Marina District, boasting a tropical design created by architecture and design firm MBH Architects. Developed by restaurateur Michael Mina, Indie Superette offers specialty wellness-focused grocery items, a coffee counter and grab-and-go options for health-conscious residents.

Inspired by the market’s Honolulu counterpart, the MBH team crafted a tropical California aesthetic throughout the space, utilizing a teal and pastel pink color scheme complemented by natural woods and ample greenery.

The design team worked to maximize the small footprint of the market while ensuring each zone had its own unique space. The need to incorporate equipment required to make hot foods also called for a full back-of-house space to be included in the market’s design.

Photos courtesy of MBH Architects

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