Bakary #1 restaurant by YoDezeen, Rivne – Ukraine

May 18th, 2016 by retail design blog

Interior design of the bakary was created in the spirit of old pastries that appeared in Old Europe. The atmosphere is very comfortable and warm. We have widely used natural wood and ceramics. The space was furnished with wooden custom-made furniture and sofas. The restaurant is divided in 3 zones, each one decorated with hanging on the walls panels containing names of bakery from different countries, green plants and produced by local manufacturer hanging pots with incorporated lighting, designed by Roderick Vos. The project has just been completed, but looks so stunning, that in a day the bakary receives near 500 guests.

Designed by YoDezeen
Photo credit: Andrii Shurpenkov





























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