Fujinoya Bakery


Traditional Japanese Cakes from Fujinoya are now available in Cebu and HL Designs is happy to bring a different dining experience to life!

The facade is a good mix of wood, stone and metal elements.  

Al fresco dining is also available.

Mirror strips and wood slats make for an interesting counter design.  The same red bricks and wood elements from the exterior are also reflected in the interiors.   
As you enter on the left, round banquet seats are always the first to be taken by the guests.
For those who like to go solo, bar counters stand behind the glass walls which also make it the perfect spot to people watch.

Hard to miss the ceiling design with the bespoke drop lights that run the entire span of the cafe.  It also takes the attention away from the acoustic ceiling boards on T-runners which aren't very pretty but always come in handy when trying to control the noise levels of cafes and restaurants.  

The client specifically requested to make the toilet something unique and pretty!

Inspired by my trip to Bali, an accent wall directly in front of the toilet consists of wood slats and mirror strips.

Something unique: water flows from the ceiling through this resin lamp made of termite laminate which actually resembles an intricate doily.  The picture on the left shows the lamp when it's off.  On the right, it is taken with the lamp turned on, allowing light to pass through the termite laminate giving off a beautiful illumination.    

Address: Wilson St., Lahug, Cebu City
Project-in-Charge: Archt. Nicole Reyes
Contractor: Espeleta-Demear Construction
Suppliers: Filmon, Diamond Cane International, HnH Furniture, Elysian, iTrade, Firefly.

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