Handwerk crafted stunning cabinetry, joinery and hand-made furniture for Fremantle’s iconic Bread in Common Restaurant & Bakery.
The devil is in the detail at Bread in Common, the now iconic Fremantle establishment. It was the attention to detail that has now created such a fantastic vibe in this restaurant, and still does – 6 years on it looks as fresh and contemporary as it did when it first opened. The materials have aged beautifully to enhance the ambience of the venue.
We made the bread counter, bar, bakery shelving, rangehood cladding, seating and loose furniture. We used a lot of different materials mitred together, including incredibly hard compact laminate and black MDF.
The 14m long bar which you sit at has mitred edges that seamlessly flush into a stainless steel kitchen.
The black MDF rangehood took us 2 weeks to execute. The irony is, if you don’t notice this rangehood, we have done our job right, as it was designed to blend in! Next time you are in there, have a look in the kitchen and see if you notice the huge black box at the back.
Handwerk was thrilled to help bringing this very special project to life.