Posts Tagged ‘cakes’

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.

T by Luxbite Store by Weilan Lim Architects, Melbourne – Australia

August 28th, 2015



T by Luxbite is the newest edition to the Luxbite brand offering an array of Oriental inspired tarts and cakes.

Cullenders Delicatessen & Kitchen by The Vawdrey House, Reigate – UK

December 23rd, 2014

Clearly defined by dramatic pendant luminaires, the main counter is designed to work as a shop counter and lean bar at busy times, while converting to a drinks bar in the evening. Behind the counter shelving provides display space, while the materials palette of oiled timber and metro tiles is reminiscent of continental cafes or tapas bars.

Delicius pasticceria by VOIGER, Osaka – Japan

May 28th, 2014

Based on the meaning of “Apple” for this brand, we designed the Osaka shop looks as a cake box fully packed with “Delicius”; set abstract apple trees on the back and front walls, hanged eye-catching apples which is logo design of the brand from the ceiling to express radiation of the owner’s whole heart that provides perfect cakes for customers.

BOLO AO FORNO! shop by ESTÚDIO JACARANDÁ, São Paulo – Brazil

May 1st, 2014

To equalize the retro look were introduced fine finishes, as bricks, mineral paint and concrete coating on the façade. The cake shapes are the concept biggest inspiration, present in luminaries, on the unique wallpaper, and in the collection exposed on the wall.

Replay Espresso café by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

February 12th, 2014

With just 40sqm to play with, we ripped the guts out of the space, replaced the decaying roof, introduced a long bi-fold window and small serve-out window, created a feature barista’s coffee bench, and crammed in as many seats and tables as we could.

Relishing travel cakes cultural building by ANGLE

December 13th, 2013

The purest is the most difficult. Relishing travel conveys a promise of life inspired by the food. It not only inherits the glamour of the nature beauty of the land and the elegance of the farmers living with the sky, but also contains 30 years of handmade pride.

Parlour HAUTE COU-TEA café by JHP, Seoul

December 6th, 2012

Profoundly orientated towards women, this all-day bite size boutique operates as a light coffee stop in the morning, a destination for lunch, serves canapés and cakes during the afternoon tea slot, and culminates in a venue for champagne, cocktails and desserts at night.