Michalis’ bakery café by Studio Yaron Tal – lighting design by Studio Beam, Modiin – Israel

September 20th, 2014 by retail design blog

The design concept of the lighting fixture collection for Michalis’ Bakery Cafe required to tie the lighting to the enchanting world of bakery. The architects brief focused on baking pans, and in this project we used authentic ready-made baking pans combined with glass drinking glasses. We chose the structure appropriate pans and lighted by decorative coal bulbs.

Creating the large hanging lighting fixtures shaped as baking pans required us to develop a special mold that enabled us to produce acrylic fixtures with a special wet paint metal color finish. These fixtures are lit by T5 fluorescent bulbs for maximum illumination intensity.

We added to this collection standing lighting fixtures to lit the seating area of the cafe. These bodies were designed and inspired by the structure of industrial dough mixers.
This collection includes the mixed use of Ready-made items with custom made items, which reflects the unique language of the bakery’s architecture.

Designed by Studio Yaron Tal
Lighting by Studio Beam

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