‘papabubble candy store’ by f.a.t
images © sanchez y montoro
japanese architect yusuke seki has developed the interior space for amsterdam-based ‘papabubble candy shop’. the new conception
implements an attractive and tasteful experience to entertain the public by showcasing the handmade processes of elastic and
organic candy throughout the store. with invisible and visible layers, glass stands at the center of the storefront, illustrating the
outdoor weather conditions using a color changing curtain. from the entrance, users can see straight through to the back garden,
where the interior fabric of the building acts as a functional spatial division. because the local business is placed within an
old-amsterdam school, the designer decided to express the aged wall textures as demonstrate its historic connection to the city.