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To propose a cafeteria for a French baker who lives in Singapore to start his business. It is a family business that is passed from old generation to the current. The baker is mainly selling croissants in the cafeteria, working and living with his parents. The objective of this space is to allow interaction between his family and the community of Geylang Bahru Industrial Estate. The architecture form is inspired from the making of croissant. The first step is to double fold the dough and then dividing the dough into triangular forms. Therefore, my architecture form is mainly the folding of triangular forms. The colour scheme is tone of brown.
TEMASEK POLYTECHNIC, SCHOOL OF DESIGN
MUHAMMAD MUHAIMIN BIN ZAINI,