Located in the middle of extensive gardens along the Moskva River in Gorky Park, Moscow, Bulka Cafe and Bakery’s interior reflects the greenery of its surroundings.
“The greenery theme of the park is projected into the interior design through various details letting a bit of sunny summer into short overcast days and long winter nights of Moscow.” says Crosby Studios. “The main task was to create the most baking restaurant with the least baking interiors avoiding by implication all the associations with a traditional bakery like salvaged wood, vintage furniture, confiture jars, etc.”
The architects came up with the idea of a summer house in the country built for a young modern couple. “The wide open space is divided into zones by industrial looking shelving decorated with potted plants and fresh vegetables waiting to be picked up by the chef for cooking.”
“Tableware and cutlery are stored in the open bar stand among viennoiserie and again potted plants. The back wall, the only one without windows, is painted in graphic dazzling pattern catching attention from outside through the other three glass walls of the pavilion.”