I admit having a soft spot for bakeries, when I saw the images of this project, I was drawn to the concept as a whole. The branding is just beautiful and simple, the food images are something else 🙂 This is a perfect example of how a hobby s when taken seriously flourishes into a well developed business, not missing out on any detail. Below are the details of the concept from the UK based designers Black Sheep.
A new eatery has been grabbing the hype in Buenos Aires, known as Ninina Bakery. Owned by Emmanuel Paglayan’s of Armenian origin, food offered also includes Baba Ghanouj & Hommus in addition to all kinds of baked goods and cakes.
Local architects Estudio Verardo designed the space using monochrome theme enhanced by copper lampshades, and a lovely marble counter.
If you are headed to Milan for the iSaloni or any other reason, you might want to consider visiting this beautiful bakery, Vyta, designed by Colli + Galliano Architects. The bakery started with one branch and now has four locations. The long concave/convex wood planks give an amazing character to the space in addition to the lovely Ripple Chairs from Moroso. The color contrast, the food display, & richness of materials used complement the concept well and give the bakery a gourmet image just as their products portray. I posted some food photos below from their facebook page, and now I am hungry. Enjoy
Cioccolato is a beautifully designed bakery in Mexico which reminded me of a the Candy Room in Australia. Focusing on the vibrant colors & shapes of baked goods, the design team Savvy Studio created the entire concept. They were in charge of the interior design and the branding as well.
I’m not sure if I actually love this bakery or giving into my Carb cravings! I actually think its both. The combination of wood and crisp clean Carrara marble finish is just amazing. It opens the entire space yet allows the cozy feel of a bakery. Stylish Tom Dixon lights and the industrial Tolix chairs add a hip element to this 35 square meter space located on a very strategic corner in Edessa Greece.
Studioprototype worked on this pilot project for the bakery chain.The floor plan is narrow and linear, the designers suggested having the long marble food counter as the focal point of the entire space.
A sense of craftsmanship is imbued with the exterior of the shop being entirely clad in cedar like a well tailored suit. Punctuating the cedar cladding on the long facade, a black powder coated steel window box projects outwards beyond the ‘crust’ of the shop to serve as a seating area and bar for customers inside and outside the shop.