Cinnamon Square is a bakery, cafe and baking school occupying a 16th century Grade II listed building.
Cinnamon Square was already trading from part of the building when the adjoining schop was acquired, allowing expansion.
The design intends to re-unite the two parts of the building whilst respecting its historic fabric. Simple glass-topped display counters are introduced along with freestanding oak shelving,all clad in a modern tongue and groove panelling.
Views are opened up throughout the shop, leading to an open courtyard formed from a old service yard. In the courtyard, poor quality modern extensions are clad in timber paneling with projecting frameless glass windows to display cakes and offer views beyond of the baking school. In the cafe area, the space is divided by a series of screens derived from those in an 18th century etching.