I must admit I’m a big fan of hamburgers, especially if served in a beautiful restaurant marked by a modernist architecture.
This creation joins my passion for the most famous sandwich in the world and the vintage architecture.
Andy’s stand boasts a retro modernist design, with an elegant V-shaped roof, bustling terrace and googie style signage. The building design comes from my previous Esso Gas Station and it was designed by the Dutch architect Willem Marinus Dudok in 1953.
A large burger stands out on the roof and makes sure you don’t pass this one by.

The terrace has two nice tables where customers can enjoy hamburgers and other delicacies under the umbrellas. On the the back a guy is unloading his vintage van and delivering fresh beef and vegetables. The Van a is a III generation Chevrolet G-series made by General Motors from 1981 to 1983 and used in previous MOCs with different livery.

Flower pots, electricity poles, garbage bins and other details complete the scene. Inside the stand you can find everything you need to make great hamburgers of all kinds, fries and coffee.