For the Pâtisserie Petit Lapin interior design project, Architecture Open Form chose to express the essence of the shop’s identity through the structural elements. The spatial organization is defined by a system of flexible partitions—softwalls—that evoke the folds of parchment paper cupcake cups. As light falls on the translucid white polyethylene modules, it sculpts and delineates the folds, creating a continuous rhythm on the surface. It was the idea of using parchment paper as the creative inspiration to link the product with the environment that found the jury’s sweet spot. The play of folds and white quartz counters in the basement create a consistent and harmonious looking space, accented here and there with delicate touches of pastel, a colour range that we intuitively associate with these sweet treats.