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The Café Made From 1,600 Rolling Pins

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The Café Made From 1,600 Rolling Pins
Photo Frank Oudeman & Carolina Moscoso/Design Boom

You could say the BreadBox Café in the type of restaurant that just rolls with the flow. The Long Island café serves up coffee and baked goods in a very unique setting decorated with almost 2,000 rolling pins.

The stunning decor is an homage to the building's roots which date back to the 1950s when the structure opened as a mechanic's garage. Instead of demolishing the historic buidling, architects opted for framing the structure with a steel beams outfitted with 1,600 rolling pins.

The end result is an eye-catching facade that definitely inspires diners to walk in and order a freshly-baked pastry. Patrons may choose to dine indoors or in the ornate outdoor terrace. 

The impressive design is the work of ODA Architecture and reminded us of the gorgeous design of D.Chirico Bakery in Australia.

Via Design Boom

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