Breadway Bakery is the result of a brief to design a memorable and inviting bakery for locals and travellers alike in the heart of Odessa’s city centre in Ukraine, which architect duo Lera Brumina and Artem Trigubchak have been able to successfully achieve.

The result is a boutique space that is sensory rich and playful but also remarkably elegant.

The 85 square meter interior is divided into three visually distinctive and functioning sections through the use of colour and texture. A deep blue take-away zone, a pink waiting area, positioned in the middle of the space and light grey zone which defines the café for customers to unwind and relax with a coffee and pastry.

Each component of the fit out is carefully considered including custom-built furniture consisting of tables, banquette seating and custom chandeliers which all tie in harmoniously to enhance the overall experience. The interior also features high ceilings and large windows which utilise natural light and bring in to focus the glossy tiles by Ceramica Bardelli used to clad the feature walls.

By combining Lera’s strength in concept and detail design with Artem’s ability to bring conceptual ideas into realisation this architect duo is an excellent example of collaboration through individual strengths.


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[Images courtesy of Lera Brumina. Photography by Mikhail Loskutov.]


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