Small restaurant interior design based in Edessa, Greece. Studioprototype Architects is the architect who has been design it. The name of ‘Elektra’ is comes from the family-run bakeries. The Elektra Bakery shop is a part of a chain of it. With this pilot project, the Studioprototype Architects has the change to redefine the looks of this shop. This beautiful interior designs is so small, it just covering an area for about 35 square meters. But the plus point of this bakery shop is the locate itself which is occupies in a strategic corner on the main pedestrian high street. By working in a narrow space and linear floor plan, an accurate language of this bakery shop is developed for the shop which is based on a long marble food counter and it is acting as a monolithic focal point of the spatial arrangement.
On the display of this bakery shop, the light and the luminosity are flooding the interior of the bakery shop and it is accentuating the food items. The special choice of the materials is used to this project, the materials itself is like Carrara marble, the cedar wood and a brass which is serving as the backdrop for the entire food products which is instilling the rustic and artisan aspect of making the bread for sale. Inside this bakery shop, the sense of the craftsmanship is imbued by the exterior of the shop clad in the vertical cedar boards.
The suppression of the cedar is cladding on the long facade of this shop, and a black powder coated the steel window box project outwards beyond the crust of the shop, expanding the space to serve as a seating area and a bar for the guest inside and outside the shop. The furniture of this Elektra Bakery Shop is carefully selected by Xavier Pauchar. While for the lighting of this shop is completed by Tom Dixon in the overall composition, it has the uniqueness which comes from the lampsahde of this bakery shop.
Outside of this bakery shop is found the tree as a shade of the bakery shop dining table which placed in the outer area, besides the tree itself gives the natural atmosphere. The natural atmosphere just not come from the tree, but it comes from the wooden wall which the shop used.
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Photography by Spyros Paloukis