Nussbaumer Bakery Café by Barmade Interior Design, Zug – Switzerland

July 21st, 2016 by retail design blog

The newly opened bakery Nussbaumer is placed in a listed monument building in the city heart of Zug, close to the lakeside. The building was built in the Fifties by Leo Hafner and Alfons Wiederkehr. The 50s charm of the building can still be found in the new interior design of the bakery. Inspired by the originally used furniture and materials, we revived the spirit of that time.

The furniture is a combination of old classic lounge and modern dining chairs. The wooden wall panels , the wooden chairs and tables, the decent blue wallcovering, and the light white lampshades provide coziness and authenticity.

Interior design by Barmade Interior Design

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