Le Sucre-Coeur Bakery by Shinya Hirata

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Le Sucre-Coeur

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Bakery

INSPIRATION:
This bakery is said to be the best in Japan, the owner's strong commitment. It was necessary to reflect the commitment to the design of the store. The bakery’s popular bread called " L ami jean" symbolizing this bakery is a bread that ages over time. So, we wanted to use a material whose color or hardness changes with the passage of time like this " L'ami jean ", and to design such a bakery called Le Sucre-Coeur to be matured over time.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a place no one imagines as the center of Osaka, surrounded by greenery.it is concept of the design. Surrounded by large glass the walls and the interior of the store with wood and bricks, green is abundant, and so visitors feel like shopping outdoors. Since the height of the ceiling rises towards the outside of the shop, they feel like they are open to the outside, that we value the connection with the outside.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in December 2015 and finished in May 2016 in Osaka.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
There are four points that are important on designing.  First point, there is a problem that the walls separate the kitchen, the sales area and the outside. In order to blend the three areas, we used glass as needed. Second point, according to the Japanese Building Standards Act, shutters and evacuation doors are required. We made those pillars and iron parts harmonize with other interior materials by using the aging process. Third point, we emphasized visual connection of all areas by adapting wood cement boards for all ceilings including the kitchen’s. Wood cement board contains wood chips, so bacteria ((yeast?)) necessary for bread baking process is easy to reproduce. Fourth point, we adopted TOSA stucco from the same idea on the wall of the kitchen. It does not prevent the breeding of bacteria. From standpoint of creating a good work environment for the bakery workers, TOSAstucco is the best material as it is made of natural material having soft color.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The bakery area is 111 square meters and the shop area is 73.127 square meters.

TAGS:
Bakery, Oasis, dynamic, lighting, Osaka, Japan, natural, café

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
In this project, we focused on "what kind of bakery is required for the area" and conducted research in the respective area. We decided to read the current diet by looking at the lifestyle in this area. The result we found was biased diet due to lack of time.  So、We decided to make a store for such people. The first thing we did was divide the shop area into six sections. It divided into areas of "bread", "cafe", "cake", "coffee", "ingredients" and "gift" so that the flow lines of people did not intersect. By doing so customers can shop smoothly in a limited time. They can afford to pick items and pick up what they need and what they want to eat without hesitation. Secondly, in order to have the items relaxed and selected, we avoided wasteful shaping on all fixtures used inside the store, and used earth color for those colors. By doing so you can lessen losing a product by emphasizing it.

CHALLENGE:
This company will open a new bakery & shop this time is a business area. The owner has been feeling sorry to see the people in this area often buy lunch at convenience stores or take supplements. We thought that it would be necessary for the people to have fun for lunch, that means they think what to eat for today and choose a place where they can see how the food is made and who makes it. We wanted to change the place to a community of farmers and city dwellers, not a community of shops and customers. It was a difficult project in designing such an owner's sentiment.

ADDED DATE:
2018-01-17 00:27:22

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Image#No1:Photographer Tetsuya Ito,2016.Image#No2:Photographer Rui Okazaki,2016.Image#No3:Photographer Tetsuya Ito,2016.Image#No4:Photographer Rui Okazaki,2016.Image#No5:Photographer Tetsuya Ito,2016.

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Le Sucre-Coeur Bakery by Shinya Hirata is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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Le Sucre-Coeur Bakery by Shinya Hirata is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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