Blé bakery by Claudio Silvestrin & Giuliana Salmaso, Thessaloniki – Greece

January 11th, 2012 by retail design blog

Blé Bakery on Agias Sofias in Thessaloniki, Greece, most certainly fits the bill. It was designed by the minimalist architects at Claudio Silvestrin Giuliana Salmaso (London & Milan). It has the world’s largest wood oven – gigantic, at 12 meters (almost 40 feet) tall! And the bakery is built from cob made of white clay from Crete and Milos, plus sand and straw. Blé’s four floors house a patisserie, bakery, delicatessen and a wine and mozzarella bar.






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3 thoughts on “Blé bakery by Claudio Silvestrin & Giuliana Salmaso, Thessaloniki – Greece

  1. vicky says:

    ble, the best chocolate ever

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