Interior BED: Depicting Downtown Atlanta’s McDonald’s

On Friday at 12:20 PM until 1:20 PM, I sat and observed the interior design of the McDonald’s near Grady Hospital. This McDonald’s is located at 80 Butler St NE in downtown Atlanta, GA. At the start of the observation I noticed immediately the restaurant was an open space that seemed easy to navigate. The air smelled like an old mop. The restaurant has small rounded tables with three silver chairs surrounding it. The back of the seats had thick silver like bars.There was a black pole attached to the bottom of the seat that seems to keep the seats in place. This made the seats sit at least two feet high from the ground. The set of tables and chairs sat in the middle of the right side of the restaurant. Along side this sitting area was an area that contain what seemed like an island. This area also had silver seats that sat at least four feet high from the ground. The seats seemed as if they were made out of some time of metal. The seats didn’t feel as if they were made out of real metal. There were a set of booths located on the side of the round tables and behind the island like seats. The booths sit at what seems like a foot from the ground. They were tan with an orange square sticking out on the back of the seat. The square contained what looked like yellow spirals or swirls painted on it. The tables that sit in front of the seat were square and grey with small blue and red spots inside. The material...
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