The new type of bakery

Bread is a simple product, of few ingredients, traditionally displayed and sold simply. That is why the Melbourne-based March Studio has made a beautiful, minimalistic interior for ’Baker D. Chirico‘, a famous artisanal bakery in Carlton, Australia. Staying simple and true to the product, the design features an undulating CNC routed plywood forms wall and ceiling, giving a dynamic sense of space to the narrow shop in addition to providing shelving for the bread.

At the Carlton (Australia) edition of Baker D. Chirico, this concept has inspired the interior, the simple purpose of which is to cool the bread fresh out of the oven, to display it naked of packaging and ready to be portioned and sold. Why does Melbourne have more to offer than Sydney, is it because that people from Melbourne are less uptight or not afraid to push the boundaries. Perhaps, they just know what can “be mixed” or “pulled together”, either way I think people from Melbourne keep coming up with new ideas especially in and around food, bars, fashion, sports, interior design.



About thematerialsleuth

I work in the digital industry and this blog is an outlet for things that I admire whether its design, interior, graphic, fashion, styling, industrial, architecture, art, illustration, music or other bloggers etc. I constantly search for different artists who do not grab the media attention or have high profiles brand ambassadors pushing their products.

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