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hotpot restaurant by MUDA-architects weaves its way through a eucalyptus forest — designboom

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— by philip stevens: MUDA-architects has completed the design of a restaurant in southwestern china that weaves its way through a eucalyptus forest. located in a rural area of chengdu, the design celebrates hotpot, a popular dish that has become synonymous with the region. taking advantage of the region’s climate, and in order to immerse diners within the natural landscape, ‘garden hotpot restaurant’ has no walls. instead, thin three-meter-tall (9.8ft) columns support a roof canopy that meanders alongside the site’s lotus pond…

Image courtesy of Arch-Exist/MUDA-Architects

July 10, 2019

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