Nanan means sweetmeats in French and sweets play the leading role in this signature design of a modern pink patisserie.Locate in the in the heart of Wroclaw’s medieval old town. this sweet patisserie was designed by Buck Studio.
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The Polish interior designers have converted a former dull cafeteria into a pink wonderland for pastry chef Justyna Kawiak’s new patisserie space. The curved walls and arched doorways lined with pink velvet are set off by the soft gleam of brass piping on high stools and light sconces.
The deliberately minimalist interior provides a subtle setting for the protagonists: finely decorated sophisticated cakes and éclairs made with meticulous care. The specialty of this patisserie, the éclair, has inspired the interior design and the visual identity of Nanan.
The cake’s oval shape is echoed in the central island counter with a display that operates almost like a glass cabinet in a jeweler’s shop. Its positioning provides room for the flow of customers who can choose and admire trays of tempting bijou sweets and small works of the art of confectionary.
Eclairs have also inspired the bespoke design of lamps and other details of the interior such as mirrors, door handles, coat hangers and veneer perforation. A éclair motif has naturally lent itself to the patisserie’s visual identification.