Eduard Eremchuk and Katya Pititskaya

Inna Kablukova

Voronezh, Russia

Project Year: 2021 

Project Area: 110 sq.m

Type: Сafe

Space was inspired by airy shapes of the donuts, melting glaze, and cream - the essence of a donut, and take it to another level - a form of hyperreal pastry.

The goal was to create an ambiance so each guest could dream his own dream in the world of pastry. Once you are inside, a new reality absorbs you. The pastry is everywhere, it looks and even feels like the cafe is made of dough. 

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All space is divided into 2 halls. The first one, where you start your journey as if you are inside of a donut - as though crumpled glossy furniture, beige and sand-coloured walls and furniture refer to different forms of dough. Glossy colorful popcorn sculptures on the walls created by Russian artist Elena Minaev, are there not by accident. Pastry cook decorates donuts with caramelized popcorn - this is an important element of the dessert.

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In the next space, Katy and Eduard reinterpreted a melting glaze. They played with tactility by mixing mystic purple shades with soft velvet fabric, on the walls and accessories.

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When you get to the restroom, it feels like the creamy-sweet filling of the pastry is melting around you - because of the finishing and monochromatic beige, from the floor to the ceiling. The team achieved this effect by using a construction foam that was painted in beige and covered with a transparent epoxy resin on top.Two Images

Published: August 18, 2023
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