Two units in a listed 1920s terrace in Richmond, southwest London, have been combined into a new bakery for Gail’s.
Taking inspiration from the Art Deco styling of the block, a new shop front unites the two spaces and features a curved glass window to lead customers inside; a light and airy space with metal framed windows to the rear allowing light deep into the plan.
A new counter runs the depth of the shop, with striking illuminated menu boards and cast concrete paneling. Elsewhere a generous and comfortable seating area, populated by classic furniture pieces, festoon lighting and abundant planting completes the look.
|Client:||GAIL’s Artisan Bakery|