A Verdant Bakery in Vienna by

Issue 34 · Summer Wrap-Up · August 28, 2014

A Verdant Bakery in Vienna

Issue 34 · Summer Wrap-Up · August 28, 2014

Not your typical Viennese pastry shop: The bakery at the Hotel Daniel in Vienna is a greenery-filled oasis in the center of the city.

Designed by Atelier Heiss Architects, the interior features a mix of vintage furniture, upholstered seating from modern craft artist Donna Wilson, iconic 1938 BKF chairs by Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy, and custom furniture, including coffee tables made from wooden pallets. It all adds up to a bohemian vibe, complete with Viennese pastries. 

Photographs courtesy of Hotel Daniel via Yatzer.

Above: A white tile counter curves around the open lobby area.

Above: Vintage wood is used throughout the project.

Above: Chairs upholstered in Donna Wilson fabric mingle with leather butterfly chairs and a coffee table made from palettes. Read about the history of the butterfly chair and where to source the classics in Object Lessons.

Above: Distressed tables and chairs add a note of informality.

Above: A collection of succulents occupy a bookshelf.

Above: Ferns planted in a vintage case. Go to Hotel Daniel for more information.

Consult our City Guides for recommended hotels, restaurants, and shops all over the world. For another plant-accented cafe, see Lush Life: Ginger & Fig in South Africa, and consult Gardenista for the World's Best Houseplants.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on June 4, 2012, as part of our Summer Color issue.

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