Breadlicious Bakery & Café by Rptecture Architects, Melbourne – Australia

March 20th, 2015 by retail design blog

Breadlicious‘ has embodied the co-existence between two dissimilar concepts. Industrialism has been altered with the pairing of European undertones to create a visually diverse and intriguing space. The atmosphere was to exude an inviting bakery with a warehouse impression. The majority of materials used are commonly seen throughout construction sites and are associated with rustic and rural concepts. Timber, glass, aluminium, tiles and corrugated panels are heavily employed as the basis to satisfy the brief. Traditional methods of treating materials have been forgone, and innovative ways have been explored to elicit the charm that is synonymous with European bake houses.

Design: Rptecture Architects
Photography: Zhpenn Photography

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