Garden Hotpot Restaurant by MUDA Architects

If you are a culinary lover, then you will definitely be interested in visiting the Garden Hotpot Restaurant located on the edge of the Sansheng Township in the suburbs of Chengdu, and specializing in traditional regional cuisine where boiling pots are served at the table. Designed by MUDA Architects, strategic site selection is a special attraction because of the environmental conditions known as “Chengdu’s green lungs”, with unique natural conditions and ecological resources. MUDA took this opportunity to integrate the hotpot culture with the natural ecology of the environment, creating restaurants that value original ecology and are in line with modern consumption styles. In addition, MUDA decided to eliminate the scale of architecture, leaving the walls, using only pillars and boards to hide buildings in the forest lightly, letting the building gently integrate with the site and describe the shape of the lake in a bright and peaceful way.

At first glance this restaurant is shaped like a snake walking down a quiet lotus pond, an experience of eating food in the middle of the beautiful eucalyptus forest without worrying about food getting colder when it arrives at your table. This was a new experience for those of you who want places unique culinary or for those of you who want to plan a vacation. Relax!

source: dezeen


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