Design Garden Hotpot Restaurant, the restaurant that hides in the forest.
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Garden Hotpot Restaurant, the restaurant that hides in the forest.

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Giulia Guido
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al

In the Chinese province of Sichuan is one of the most characteristic parts of the country, where cities with ancient history are framed by forests and breathtaking landscapes, almost untouched. One of these is the one near the city of Chengdu, where one of the most ambitious projects by MUDA Architects has found its home. It’s called the Garden Hotpot Restaurant and it’s a magical place, where you can dine surrounded by nature, almost hidden among the trees. 

The aim of the studio was to create a unique place, offering a memorable experience, but at the same time preserving the surrounding environment, with the least possible impact. 

The Garden Hotpot Restaurant is made of an anti-corrosion wooden platform, covered by another shelf that rests on 88 mm diameter columns, blending in with the branches of the trees. The peculiarity of the structure is that it has no walls or glass, remaining completely open. 

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garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
garden hotpot restaurant | Collater.al
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