Curvaceous Green Walls Lure Visitors Into This Fresh-Baked Cheese Tart Store in Yokohama

by , 08/20/14

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PABLO’s new Yokohama store combines the bakery and retail component with a cafe seating area in the back. Customers are able to watch the process of making of the fluffy cheese tarts at the front of the store before enjoying them in the back room. A warm palette of exposed brick and orange and yellow-tinted wood paneling create an inviting atmosphere.

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By building a series of curved wall elements, RONDO created a dramatic tunnel-like effect that creates an illusion of depth. To add a lush green texture and softness to the interior, plants were vertically attached to some of curved wall elements and beneath the countertop.

+ Design Atelier 円舞 -rondo-

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1 Comment

  1. Plant World News August 20, 2014 at 11:21 am

    The problem is, most of the plants appear to be artificial. Plastic. Has the writer confirmed that these are living walls?

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