Poison d’Amour – French pastry shop with an elegant and creative designs, opening doors to visitors in Lisbon (Portugal). A romantic, but restrained color palette, based on the contrast of light and dark matte colors, designed to create a cozy backdrop for an elegant and inviting fragrant buns cakes.
The interiors of the confectionery, located on the first floor of the 18th century – the result of collaboration between local architectural studios ARQUITECTO S 71 , and David Carqueijeiro Architects.
The effective combination of artificial and natural light illuminates the great symbolic space, paying attention to all the textures and colors involved in the formation of an exciting atmosphere.
The bold visual connections between past and present permeate the modern space of a historic building. Texture and the furniture of today cite the elements of traditional architecture and interior design of the 18th century, and classic chandeliers combine with ultra-modern industrial lighting solutions.
This bakery offers creative people a piece of France in Portugal cleverly shaped the atmosphere of the tea room or outdoor terrace.
Creativity of the authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio based in Lisbon: www.71arquitectos.com