Emmanuelle Simon designs “welcoming” Parisian bakery

Interior architecture studio Emmanuelle Simon used arched shelving coves, sandy tones and rounded furniture in the Liberté bakery in Paris.

Founder of Boulangeries Liberté Mickael Benichou gave Emmanuelle Simon free rein to create “a unique spot” in the 25-square-metre space.

Top: Liberte has been designed to be a welcoming bakery. Above: rounded coves are meant to add depth and warmth to the atmosphere

The designers aimed to create cosy interiors that would prompt visitors to stay inside for a little longer than usual while on their daily bakery round.

“I wanted to create an authentic and memorable experience, in a

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