Gasoline Grill

Inspired by the location, the Façade of the Gasoline Grill transforms for passing trains and people. The ‘drive by’ experience utilizes the lenticular method, which from a moving point of view, renders a shape-shifting animation.

A two-dimensional graphic print is superimposed on a three-dimensional folded, sheet metal façade. The two elements combine to allow a visual experience that, when seen from one angle, appears as green text on a white background. As the viewer passes by, it gradually inverts to become white text on green background.

Program: Streetfood
Size: 30 m2
Location: Copenhagen, Vesterport St, Denmark
Client: Gasoline Grill
Year: 2018
Type: Commission
Role: Main architectural advisor
Status: Completed
Team JAJA: Jan Tanaka, Kathrin Gimmel, Jakob Christensen, Erlend Lindstad, Pola Koch, Emanuele Biscaro

burgers on the go

Located on Vesterport Station, one of Denmark busiest stations, Gasoline Grill serves what Bloomberg has rated as one the best burgers in the world.

burgers on the go

Located on Vesterport Station, one of Denmark busiest stations, Gasoline Grill serves what Bloomberg has rated as one the best burgers in the world.

Transformer facade

White and green and in between, the façade changes appearance depending on viewing angle.

Transformer facade

White and green and in between, the façade changes appearance depending on viewing angle.

2d/3d facade

Superimposed on a folded metal sheet cladding, the 2D graphic merges together with the 3D façade into an experience that accentuates both.

2d/3d facade

Superimposed on a folded metal sheet cladding, the 2D graphic merges together with the 3D façade into an experience that accentuates both.