Pâtisserie Antoine

A cake is a small example of poise, precision, and quality that its creator imprints at the time of preparation. The premise of this project is to put a value into the cake, as a jewel to the palate. An anterior space with a complicated geometry is resolved with faceted geometric volumes that remind us of a precious gem and function as display, cashier, storage, and preparation areas. The reflection encapsulates the thread of this concept, reflecting the products in the displays, walls and ceilings, thus enabling the appreciation of various angles and perspectives from the same spot. A cake that multiplies and scatters along this space. Entering the shop, we find one of the displays that allows us to observe individual cakes. Continuing along this functional wall, a void is created for the cashier. Two displays for chocolates, one for macaroons and a levitating display for tarts and biscuits complete the space. In the middle of the space there are 6 totems encased in wood.

Client

Client: Sebastien Antoine

Location: Bordeaux-France

Surface: 150m² (70m² store + 80m² laboratory)

Year: 2012

In collaboration with Berryl Sokombe

Categories: Interior,Architecture, Retail, Design, User Experience

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structure details
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