An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about pastry

Project • By T3 ArchitectsShops


T3 ARCHITECTS Team has been invited by IVOIRE co-founders, Doan (talented pastry chef) and Nigel to design its new Pastry Shop in Saigon, next to the Opera. The goal: offer a larger space for their loyal customers and extend to size of the kitchen to produce always the best quality pastries and continuing to do research & development to remain the best in town!    The design of T3 Team reflects the level of refinement of the pastries in terms of quality, aesthetic and innovation. First, T3 designers concentrate their effort on façade, to propose a minimalist design but promoting a Vietnamese’s materials (ceramic from North Vietnam), hand-made, with an Ivory color, of course. The random shapes of ceramic pieces b... More

Project • By Interior Design LaboratoriumShops

Bon Bon Fait Maison

BON BON Fait Maison, is an innovative concept of fast gourmet food on a Greek island, where the Ionian, Aegean and Cretan seas meet under the Greek sunlight.The story begins a few years ago when some friends from Paris got together in Kythira. The island’s strange energy, the flavours, the aromas and the authenticity of the place made their hearts beat loudly. This intense love for the island evoked their need for creation. This is how BON BON Fait Maison (homemade) was designed, shaking things up gastronomically on the island. The soul of the endeavour is Chef Kriton Minas Poulis, straight from Paris, he is the man who envisioned the gastronomic philosophy behind BON BON Fait Maison. The interesting menu includes homemade ice creams... More

Project • By Sans-Arc StudioShops


Diffused, gallery-like light from a backlit ceiling softly illuminates the room, the art of pastry at the centre of the space. Material contrasts and subtle textures create a setting, where the artisan product of this patisserie takes centre stage.   Describe the design project. A restrained and minimal fit-out creates a home for a new-style patisserie for Adelaide, Lea Chairsea’s first venue. Drawing from the new-wave of pastry shops like Supermoon Bakehouse and Lune, both the venue and the offering are exercises in restraint – a limited yet considered offering, done very well. This idea starts with the product and permeates into the design philosophy of the space. The venue is designed around and focussed on the pastry... More

Project • By Flexicube StudioShops

Plasto-Vack Boutique

Flexicube studio create a showroom that consider a HOME  for the world of pastry & cooking packaging.Plasto-Vack Boutique showroom is a fashion store for high-quality quality packaging, hospitality products and accessories from the world of professional pastry, confectionery and cooking.  The showroom was designed to suit both business and private customers.The showroom was custom-designed to meet the needs of the company in a unique and purpose-oriented retail. In order to understand and plan the retail functions according to the dedicated customer audience, a study of the market segments was conducted for all its layers - business and private.   Retail planning: The guiding ide... More

Project • By Studio BBAShops

Tartine Manufactory LA

The vast, two-story SoCal abode we've designed for Tartine Manufactory DTLA houses an ecosystem of high-volume artisanal food and beverage concepts, including food production, restaurants, cafes and a marketplace under one umbrella.   Occupying an entire building at ROW DTLA in LA's Arts District, the site has ties to Tartine's value for local ingredients and farmers as it was originally home to the LA Terminal Market — the center of produce distribution across the region. Through adaptive reuse efforts, it's now 30 + -acres of historic buildings and gardens reborn as a place for culture, retail, eateries, innovation and creativity.   Inspired by the intrinsic connection between place-making, process and service, our des... More

Project • By VeterRestaurants

Grechka lab bakery

The bright unit with high ceilings which was chosen for the project is located in the revenue house of I. M. Korovin and was historically preceded by a bakery. Before embarking on the project, we scrutinized the history of the house and its district. The house was built in 1914, and the bakery appeared straight after, being a part of quite an enormous Moscovian chain of bakeries ‘Titov and His Sons’. The building façade still retains an antique sign ‘Bakery OTD M.G.K.I.O’ which supposedly harks back to the 1920s.   Thus, we had a historical unit and a technical task from a customer to recreate the pre-revolutionary atmosphere of a bakery and to sustain the historical significance of the place.  ... More

Project • By The Vrindavan Project - Design StudiosShops

Crunch Patisserie

Located at a recently opened shopping mall off Sohna road, Gurgaon; Crunch Patisserie is a flagship outlet launched by Mr. Praveen Kalra, an entrepreneur in the food industry. His niece Disha is the pastry chef for this establishment and manages food production. Eros City Square like many other contemporary shopping arcades is composed of standardized modular elements and built with predominantly industrially manufactured materials.   Main circulation courts and passages are open to sky, providing plenty of light to shop facades, while exposing them directly to the elements as well. These site conditions called for a synthesis in approach, where both architectural and interior design considerations could harmoniously integrate. The g... More

Project • By Correa Granados ArchitectsBars

MARTINANGELI pasticceria

Pasticceria Matinangeli was born to be the second store of Pasticceria Le Dolci Tradizioni, opened in 1987 by Gabriella Ceron in Via Jomelli in Milan and then moved to Via Ampere, in the Casoretto district.   Strongly desired by his son Marcello, the new patisserie wants to marry the Italian and French confectionery tradition, where Marcello Martinangeli studied and specialized.   The new Martinangeli pastry shop is characterized by a palette of colors that include warm white, reminiscent of cream, brown - light reference to chocolate - purple, like the color of blackberries used in many preparations and orange, which in this case resembles copper.   Copper is widely used as a decorative element inside the pastry shop,... More

Project • By Puccio Collodoro ArchitettiRestaurants

Gran Café Torino

Refined, evocative and emblematic; these are the adjectives to summarize the latest project signed by the Puccio Collodoro Architetti studio. Placed inside an important historic building from the early 1900s, the Gran Caffè Torino is located near the central station of Palermo, at the corner of Via Roma and Via Torino, from which it takes its name. The analysis of the context allowed us to develop a specific design concept, evoking the romantic style that characterized the neighborhood in the early 1900s; in fact, its peculiar language has been conceived to recall the soft forms of the Liberty style, emphasizing the verticality that characterizes the rooms.   The choice of materials, shapes and colors is therefore the result o... More

Project • By DAMRestaurants

Mak N Ming

Nestled between Kits Beach and West 4th Avenue, Mak N Ming restaurant is one of Vancouver’s premier dining destinations. Husband and wife team, Chef Makoto Ono and Pastry Chef Amanda Cheng, showcase their love for French and Japanese-inspired flavours with their Chef’s Menu and a la carte creations.Designed in 2016 by Scott & Scott Architects More

Project • By Maja Kozel DesignShops


One of Maja’s recent design projects of 2018 is called ‘Pastryology’, which is located at Port Rashid in Sharjahand was designed for her clients Aisha Sharaf and Tariq al Taher. Based on an area of 92m2, the project’s concept was specialty food and beverages while the main focus was on carefully hand-crafted desserts. The aim was to attract certain customers who were looking for high-quality products and in search of a palatable dish that featured perfectly balanced tastes and textures.   Easy Access to Pastryology Thrilled the CustomersOn Port Rashid, Pastryologyis positioned within four containers, which allow Maja’s concepts of spatial design to reflect the personality of the brand that exudes a theme... More

Project • By Studio 2Pi ArchitectureShops

Neon Bakery & Coffee

"Under Motion"Our proposal was concerned with the renovation and refurbishment of an existing building that hosted an old taverna and was revamped as a bakery and coffee shop. It is a ground floor building constructed before 1955. Its positioned along the National Highway between Argos &Nafplio and as a result its use and the architectural design is predetermined by the constant flow of people and goods in this busy road. The existing building consisted of adobe walls and a timber roof with byzantine tiles as covers.   Not being able to intervene in the original sell we decided to clad the walls with a “fine dress” made from wavy Perforated Aluminium Sheets that can accommodate all the ancillary infrastructure support... More

Project • By WJ DesignShops


ANSHUKA was founded in 2010 on Nanshan Road, Hangzhou, next to the famous West Lake. It is named after the owner’s name "An", meaning “kindness ". It is the first Western-style pastry store to bring semi-cooked cheese products into China, leading the domestic market, and it has been recognized by customers for nearly ten years.   When designer Leo HU talked about the inspiration for ANSHUKA, he mentioned that when he was walking on Nanshan Road, the leaves of the phoenix trees were dancing on both sides. It felt very good and quiet to walk in the shadow. And he was thinking about how to present the building in such an environment.   Nanshan Road is familiar to people in Hangzhou, and the memory of the phoenix tree... More

Project • By Dezembro ArquitetosShops

Mintchi Croissant

The lightness of the product became the starting point of the project: a croissant store.The given site is a, 3 meters wide by 5 meters long, old garage in a one-story house.   The initial challenge was to solve circulation between the kitchen area, at the back of the house, and the store, which consists in a long countertop that embraces all coffee equipment. Between the store and the kitchen there is a 90-centimeter difference in the floor level. The store is at street level while de kitchen lies higher.   This difference became an opportunity to structure the project’s composition. The countertop is aligned with the door’s threshold, defining a layer respect by all the project’s elements and materials. Jus... More

Project • By simone rivaBars

Pasticceria Balestrini Barlassina

 Renovation and transformation of commercial space, converted into a pastry shop and cafeteria. The project involved the creation of an artisan workshop, a breakfast room and a pastry area. All furnishings are produced with natural materials, treated with natural and solvent-free paint. More