GLENDALE Calif. IHOP is reverting to its A-frame building as a point of distinction, according to a designer for the family restaurant chain. The retro-style has already been adopted by units in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is now being used for newly constructed IHOPs nationwide, said Barb Churchill, a founder and partner with Bath, Ohio-based Louis & Partners Design.The design, with its steeply slanting roof lines, is immediately recognizable to patrons new and old, said Churchill. IHOP's ...
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