Prökuls Bakery by Ramūnas Manikas, Klaipėda – Lithuania

June 29th, 2015 by retail design blog

Bakery „Prökuls“ (german for „Priekulė“) fosters long-lasting German traditions of pastry and confectionary. The purpose of the interior was to create a combination of old and new. Old recipes of German pastry are written of the walls and the other walls are tiled with static fittings. Elegant chairs, light shelves and sterile grey colour covered floor. Modern form of hanging lamps. A logo was designed for this object following the combination of old and new.

Design, interior graphics, logo & exterior/interior signage design: Ramūnas Manikas
Calligraphy: Gintarė Manikė

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