Designer Bakeries have dubbed bread as a luxury in some sense.  I don’t know when last I bought bread in a plastic bag- it just isn’t my preferred dough no more.  The natural ingredients that are being used at these artisan bakeries now mean that people will have to pay- but it seems the people don’t mind.

I’m going to introduce you to some of the coolest bakeries on this planet- let’s do this.

1. Ble Bakery Greece 

It has the world’s largest wood oven – gigantic, at 12 meters (almost 40 feet) tall! It also has four floors consisting of patisserie, bakery, delicatessen and a wine and mozzarella bar.

Ble Bakery Greece

 

2. VyTA Boulangerie Italiana, Turin, Italy

VyTA Boulangerie, was designed by Rome-based architect Daniela Colli, and can be found in the centre of the busy urban life, the The shop looks more like a fashion boutique or bar than bakery consumed by its tradition.

VyTA Boulangerie Italiana, Turin, Italy

 

3. Princi, Milan, Italy

Princi is open 24hours a day, even on Sundays. The Bakery offers organic breads and other delicacies  made from traditional recipes.

Princi, Milan, Italy

 

4. Baker D. Chirico, Melbourne, Australia

This luxury bread heaven is Owned by artisan baker -Daniel Chirico. His second Baker D. Chirico store in Carlton, unlike the first one in St Kilda neighbourhood, has no coffee machine, deli or other distractions – quite cool.

Baker D. Chirico

 

5. Panscape Bakery, Kyoto, Japan

In Kyoto, Panscape is setting the standards for bakeries. It represents the Japanese so well with its sleek and clean look. It’s a tiny space  just over 26 square metres.

Panscape Bakery | Luxury Bakeries

 

{March 8, 2012}