Belle Époque’s Art Nouveau emerges with unique style alongside the smell of freshly baked bread in a store that serves delightful treats, Bonin Bakery, designed by MOCA Arquitetura in Curitiba, Southern Brazil.
The idea was to bring a vintage essence without living in the past. Thus, the architects decided to contrast classic materials such as marble, gold finishes and objects digged antique shops, such as the garden chairs, with contemporary elements, such as the tiles and the lamps with modern and unique design.
Photographer: Eduardo Macarios – www.macarios.com.br
Designer office: Ana Sikorski and Katia Azevedo – Moca Architecture Office
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