Catalina Fernandez Bakery

Packages of sugar, flour and yeast fill the space, reminding customers of the bakery’s function.

Aged white brick walls, sleek chrome furnishings and – of course – bags of flour fill a family-owned bakery in San Pedro, Mexico.

The bakery’s newest branch is a largely monochromatic white brick space with a sophisticated aesthetic, as per the owner’s wish. Seeking to create a kitchen fused with a warehouse, Mexican studio Anagrama filled the industrial space with packages of sugar, flour and yeast to remind visitors they are, after all, in a bakery.

‘The brick wall with white enamel is meant to make the store look impeccable, yet old fashioned,’ says Gustavo Munoz of Anagrama. ‘There’s an interesting contrast between the worn out bricks and the modern furnishings, with all simple and geometrical shapes.’

Anagrama oversaw the entire interior, branding and identity design for Catalina Fernandez.

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