So as to offset the length of Motherland BluBird’s store space, Urban Habitat introduced geometric lines that not only allow for separation between the front of house and storage areas, but also effectively split the room into the four distinct seating areas for which Motherland is known. In contrast to the Benmore branch, which uses three-dimensional hollow, wooden triangular boxes to create an interesting ceiling design, BluBird’s ceiling panels, although still triangular, are flat and alternately filled with solid colour or patterns. Despite this less traditional approach to the ceiling, BluBird branch returns to the original face brick walling of the Rosebank and Dunkeld stores. However, the custom herringbone tiles of Benmore have been retained here, as has the innovative ceiling design. These two design features continue and, from an interior design perspective, link the Benmore and BluBird branches. This is the perfect spot to gear up for an early-morning Parkrun or (even better) as a post-run reward.