Archive for the ‘patisserie’ category

Henri Charpentier patisserie by Zycc Corporation in Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore

November 13th, 2017

The store’s design concept is “Black Is New Black” that is newly developed to satisfy diverse demands and site characteristics. Targeting mainly local Western people, glossy black, gold and white colors are chosen for the interior with the image of Paris.

Guylian flagship store by f&ha, Perth – Australia

July 19th, 2017

A spatial celebration of the fusion between the traditional and the contemporary has been the agenda of the space. The experience celebrates the rich heritage and articulates clearly all the new contemporary insertions.

MarierWagashi cake shop by Bloom Design, Shenzhen – China

July 10th, 2017

Inside the space, raw stone taken from mine surface, original wood without processing, terrazzo flooring of traditional retro feature, these details abandon decorative or foppish appearance, instead, pursue authentic and pure beauty.

Mignon Varietes du Monde store by Atmosfere Interior Design, Viseu de Sus – Romania

July 5th, 2017

I chose natural materials, colors and textures like natural oak used for the furniture, railings and for flooring inserts; green accents for the chairs, curtains details and for some walls; grey shades of stone for the flooring and walls; black and grey metal in the lighting objects, the terrace chairs and for the logos; white cotton for the curtains.

New York Sweets flagship store by Minas Kosmidis, Nicosia – Cyprus

June 20th, 2017

The architects took inspiration from the iconic grid of Manhattan’s streets, designing the store as a series of rectangular volumes. These begin at the building’s façade, where horizontal and vertical metallic tubes form a grid, and continue within to the pastries in the display tables, arranged like colourful buildings in an aerial view of New York.

Frozen Delights by Worksmith Design Consultants, Pune – India

June 8th, 2017

We wanted to communicate to the customers that the desserts themselves are a piece of art. We identified a colour scheme where purple is the dominant colour and golden/golden yellow is the secondary based on physical and digital applications. The golden yellow would primarily be used for the logo and in cases of highlight elements.

Wonder Scoop creamery by Melloncolie Fantastic Space Lita, Gwacheon – South Korea

May 7th, 2017

The retail space is a modern translation of retro ice cream parlors. Elements such as glowing light bulbs, painted wood paneling, black-and-white checkered mosaic tiles, and vintage ceiling fans are reminiscent of the past and arouse nostalgia.

Des Choux et des Idees Patisserie by Studio Etienne Bas, Beirut – Lebanon

March 21st, 2017

Circulation revolves around the glass display units where above, hangs what the architects call “the urban mirrors”, this is used reflect the delicate pastries towards the street and attract the gazes of passersby. LED white lights illuminate the contemporary space coupled with the mirrors capability to tilt and change position based on the patisserie’s opening hours.

Nanan French patisserie by Buck.studio, Wrocław – Poland

March 12th, 2017

Designed by Polish designers BUCK.STUDIO, Nanan patisserie has been plushly decorated in absolutely oodles of soft pink, with shining brass details and sophisticated lighting.

Passiontree Velvet cafe / dessert bar by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 10th, 2016

Diffused halo lighting around the aqua green geometric art deco style motifs was created to provide a heavenly-like ambience to the space. In stark contrast, polished brass seating accentuated the outer boundary.

Black Swan patisserie, Beijing – China

September 27th, 2016

The black ceiling is given a sense of structure with track. ERCO Optec spotlights create light points achieving high contrast against the dark background, and without causing any glare for customers.

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery by Evonil Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

August 28th, 2016

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery by Evonil Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

Chocólatras Kiosk by Studio Cinque, Porto Alegre – Brazil

August 11th, 2016

The project is monochromatic in tones of chocolate and black, with some of the brand’s more vibrant colors incorporated into the visual communication. To speak to chocolate lovers in a more direct fashion, the kiosk was decorated with images of their range of products along with sentences that invite the client to indulge.

Miyagawa Bagle by ROOVICE, Miura – Japan

July 5th, 2016

The interior design proposed to a new feeling of nostalgia, applied to a whole counter with lauan, which was a similar material to the existing one, and with white tiles (100mm x 100mm), which has been commonly used since long time ago.

Tartela cake-shop / café by ECM Interiorismo, Barcelona – Spain

June 6th, 2016

I found an antique oven iron door and we clean it and have used as decoration. Also a few old drawers have been used as shelves. The pillar is cover with an amazing wall paper (looks as old ceramic tiles) from Wall&Decó.

Emma pastry & bakery by Agence Thomas Lavigne, Nantes – France

April 27th, 2016

The small-area store, have a nice glass surface and therefore one good brightness. To showcase bread and pastries, a choice has been made on a black display and black walls background.

Fábrica da Nata Patisserie by Shopworks Portugal, Lisbon – Portugal

April 17th, 2016

The antique chandeliers add a touch of class and the glass roof allows natural light to flood in. Teamed with dynamic window displays fronting on to a planned terrace area, Fabrica da Nata is established as the destination place for the Portuguese Pastel de Nata experience.

Fenwick Food Hall by CADA Design, Newcastle – UK

April 12th, 2016

CADA’s brief was to create stylish interiors for a number of specialist fresh food departments including a fishmonger, a meat and game specialist (local supplier Blagdon Farm), chocolatiers, coffee roasters and a juice bar.

Patisserie by ideo arquitectura, Alcalá de Henares – Spain

February 23rd, 2016

At slightly varying heights, the wooden poles seem to oscillate, drawing visitors towards the rear of the space.

El Moro by Cadena Asociados, Mexico City – Mexico

February 11th, 2016

Language and furniture align forming unique expression, reminiscent of the golden age of Mexico, when an art deco style dominated the city’s poster ads, movies, fonts, and architecture providing sufficient graphic elements, symbols, and even communication through different artistic means.