say hi to_ Yota Kakuda and Bake Cheese Tart
Yota Kakuda's recent interior architecture design for Japanese pastry shop chain 'Bake Cheese Tart' immediately caught our attention with it's colourful, 1980's Miami beach sunset-esque, ombre gradient. To be perfectly honest, I don't even know what a cheese tart is, but I am literally 5 seconds away from booking a flight to Tokyo to find out.
The saturated candy hues are perfectly balanced with the interior's industrial muted gray and beige color palatte and neat Japanese minimalism. Kakuda describes this use of coloured acrylic as being inspired by Shiro Kuramata, the Japanese designer of the Flower Vase.
Bake Cheese Tart
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