Viviría en una pastelería!


A los que estéis de dieta os doy el consejo de saltaros este post. Mi proyecto de ejecución de un puesto de panadería del Mercado de la Paz me lleva a investigar unas cosas que hacen la boca agua. Pasteles y panes. No recomendable antes de comer. Parece que ni hace falta enfocar mucho en los pasteles y panes, hay algo en los colores pastel y blancos que habla directamente al paladar. Y en cuanto al diseño del interior hay panaderías y pastelerías que dan ganas de vivir allí dentro para no salir nunca jamás.

La Pâtisserie des Rêves en Paris es uno de estos sitios.  Solo tiene 29 m2, pero muy bien aprovechados. Los protagonistas son los pasteles expuestos en una plataforma en el centro del espacio y cubiertos con campanas de cristal climatizadas. Esta tienda tiene todo lo que asociamos con los dulces, los colores pastel combinados con el blanco que hace pensar en nata montada. La mesa de madera que da calidez, el espacio claro bien iluminado… no falta nada.

Dentro del enorme restaurante/club Sevva hecho por Tsao & McKown Architects en Hong Kong está Ms B’s Sweets, una pastelería bajo una lámpara de techo de los años 50 originalmente diseñada para la embajada británica en Roma. El color rosa parece estar omnipresente en las pastelerías. Aquí se juega con espejos y la forma redondeada de la estantería de fondo.

La panadería Fauchon tiene varias tiendas, todas muy guapas. Estas dos están en Paris y son obra de arquitecto Christian Biecher. Rosa, of course, y dorado que da un toque de lujo. Aquí se ha optado por un look más elegante y exclusivo.

Una panadería de estilo escandinavo en japon. Es Helsinki Bakery diseñado por Arihoro Mikayz. La falta del color rosa me indica que aquí no se venden pastelitos. Troncos de abedul, madera clara al natural, colores crema, iluminación cálida…esto me recuerda intensamente al salón de los padres de prácticamente todos mis amigos durante mi infancia en Suecia. Aunque bastante más diseñado.

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