Panscape Bakery / ninkipen!

© Hiroki Kawata

Architects: ninkipen!
Location: , Japan
Project Area: 26.53 sqm
Photographs: Hiroki Kawata

This project is the interior design for a bakery shop in Kyoto, Japan. The bakery shop is located on the first floor of the building, which has a unique character after surrounding buildings were rebuilt.

© Hiroki Kawata

First of all, we tried to regain original expression by replacing reformed aluminum sashes with wooden sashes. Next, in the inside, we developed the antique showcase, a glass case with wooden framing placed on top of a large roughly cut log weighing 500kg. We also designed a long counter made of aluminum, 10mm thick, which provides a space for the break to be displayed freely.


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Cite: "Panscape Bakery / ninkipen!" 30 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 28 May 2015. <>
  • Adam Waltering

    Love the mouse hole. Nice, understated design. Easy to focus on the bread.