Cities around the world are undergoing an intense level of change, which is evident with projects like the Margot Craft Bakery that look to repurpose old storefronts into something new.
The Bakery is located in East Finchley in London and takes the retail location of a post office in a bid to create a new space that's modern, inviting and that harkens to yesteryear.
The design of the Bakery is the work of architect Lucy Tauber and looks to maintain a close connection with the design of past, while helping to infuse a healthy dose of modernism. The final result is a storefront that fits well with the local community.
The Margot Craft Bakery was created by Michelle Eshkeri who is the founder and also head baker.
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