Patisserie interior design: Parasite Architecture Studio
All photos: Attila Wenczel via retaildesignblog.net
The Tempo patisserie in Timisoara, Romania (designed by Parasite Architecture Studio) has a cool and sleek ambiance. The interior design of the patisserie and cafe is simultaneously retro and futuristic, complete with geometric shapes, simple designs, minimalistic colors and wide, open spaces. Tempo evokes the work of an interior designer who has firm roots in both the near past and the future.
The overall vibe of this patisserie is “streamlined.” Sharp angles abound in its furnishings, from the cafe tables to the angular dividers, and from the counter to the the color patterns. Contrast is also a big component of this patisserie interior design: The red, black and white surfaces and accents play off each other, while the enveloping chairs balance out the rectangular elements.
Although the walls, ceiling and floor are simple black and white tones, the chairs are an inviting, vibrant and lively shade of red — perfect for making all customers feel totally relaxed and at ease during their stay. The lengthy booths are primarily stark white, but have a conspicuous burst of color with a thick single red stripe down the center. Large windows in the cafe provide guests with pleasant views of the city street outside. The cafe lighting is pale and bright.
While the patisserie interior design is focused on delivering a cool and chic look, it does not overlook customer comfort. The store features cozy couches that are appropriate for cafe guests who wish to unwind and linger over a delicious treat. It also features seating that’s more suitable for busy customers on the run.
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