In spite of having a contemporary exposed concrete counter, this bakery shop in Osaka, Japan, kept its rustic feel and look. The bread is being displayed on a wooden railroad sleeper. The two stools on the terrace are also made from sleepers.
This unique shop was redesigned by a Japanese firm Ninkipen!. The architect added fun little details like this lighting on the floor which looks like a mouse hole.
White color, straight lines and overall simple design create this enticing relaxed ambiance. See other bakery shop designs HERE and HERE.
All photographs are by Hiroki Kawata.
Project name: Panscape 2jo
Architect: Yasuo Imazu/ninkipen!
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