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Melbourne-based architecture practice March Studio has shared images of Baker D Chirico, an interior project for a new branch of the artisanal bakery in Carlton, Australia. Looking to keep it simple, the design features an undulating CNC-routed plywood form that lends a dynamic sense of space to the narrow shop in addition to providing shelving for the bread. Pragmatic in its layout, the interior is linearly arranged to make most of the limited space, with a counter which acts as a large cutting board loosely defining the service space with a display of the products. The artisanal space is certainly a baker’s dream.