Project title: Bistro Brioche

Architect: Alena Bulataya

Location: Minsk, Belarus

Area: 250m2

Year of the project: 2017

Photographer: Alexander Markov

Bistro Brioche is a multifunctional area, where you can taste delicious cakes, buy different kinds of bread and wine for take away.
The guest area includes some zones: point to sell wine, bread and cakes, bar zone, relax zone with sofas, and toilets.
The interior is full of details, ornaments, textures and colors.
The first gaze falls to bar, which extends across the whole guest area and looks like a real golden tape.
A part of walls imitates old plaster and maches up with white columns, which contain brass elements.
There is a one element from the real theater in bistro – big windows behind the bar zone with pink textile. When it is opened, guests can see cooking process of chefs or some improvisations on cake decorating.
The wine card includes the best sorts of wine from different countries.
Toilets are made in more loft style. They combine colourful old plaster, brass wire on the celling, round mirrors and heavy velvet curtains, which separate toilets from the guests area.


Bistro Brioche is a multifunctional area, where you can taste delicious cakes, buy different kinds of bread and wine for take away. The guest area includes some zones: point to sell wine, bread and cakes, bar zone, relax zone with sofas, and toilets.


The interior is full of details, ornaments, textures and colors. The first gaze falls to bar, which extends across the whole guest area and looks like a real golden tape. A part of walls imitates old plaster and maches up with white columns, which contain brass elements. There is a one element from the real theater in bistro – big windows behind the bar zone with pink textile. When it is opened, guests can see cooking process of chefs or some improvisations on cake decorating. Toilets are made in more loft style. They combine colourful old plaster, brass wire on the celling, round mirrors and heavy velvet curtains, which separate toilets from the guests area.


It is very pleasant and responsible to make a public restaurant where people would feel comfortable. The most important is to work together with the customer to achieve the best result. Designer get a lot of experience making such projects.





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Posted by Alena Bulataya

From public lofts to private cozy apartments, I strive to create environments that will become a natural extension of their inhabitants’ personalities. 9+ years of design experience allow me to chose the essential style mix for any particular project I’m working on. PAST EXPERIENCE Since 2016 – Interior Design Bureau by Alena Bulataya Since 2015 – Kino-mo Ltd, London, UK Since 2009 – Interior Designer (www.bulataya.com), Minsk, Belarus 2011 — Wedding decoration, Minsk, Belarus 2009 — 2011 — Matrosova interior design studio, lead designer 2007 — 2009 — Salon of german ceramic tile «Brams», solutions designer LANGUAGES Russian, English, Polish EDUCATION 2017 — HoReCa Workshop — Project, Design & Marketing. Milano, Italy 2013 — POLI.design Consorzio del Politecnico di Milano. HoReCa. Milano, Italy 2006 — 2011 Belarusian State Academy of Arts, Minsk, Belarus 2002 — 2006 Art Lyceum, Brest, Belarus

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