Tampa, FL — A creative loaf is an architectural piece designed to serve as a hub for a restaurant or shop.
The loaf is typically made from solid wood, but can also be made of glass, fiberglass, or concrete.
The concept is that the entire loaf is one cohesive structure.
The creative loaf design is a way for designers to create a sense of community and create a cohesive environment in which customers can come and go.
Designers can choose to create an “unfinished loaf,” where the original designs are still visible, or “finished loafs,” which are usually constructed of the pieces in a finished fashion.
“I like to see things from the outside and from the inside,” said Paul Mottola, creative loaf designer for Tampa’s Tampa Bay Public Market.
“I want to make it look like something I can see.”
The creative loaf concept is one of the ideas that Tampa’s public library has been experimenting with for years.
Mottola started by designing a public loaf in 2010, which he said had a strong design aesthetic.
But the library decided to take the design a step further.
This summer, they designed a creative loaf of their own for their newly built public library.
The design is designed to be an architectural design, but it is made of solid wood.
The wooden elements are joined with glass, which is used to form the exterior of the design.
They added a glass door and a wooden staircase, which leads to a large open space for the public to enjoy, as well as a large glass bench and an outdoor seating area.
It is the first time that Tampa has used the creative loaf.
Tampa’s public libraries are looking to create new spaces for residents to come and enjoy a good meal.
Currently, there are about 20,000 residents who have the option of a public library card.
More information can be found at Tampa Public Library.