Edible architecture an experience beyond

What could be more Italian than the 140-year-old gourmet chocolate Venchi fashioned into an edible pavilion at a theme park dedicated to Italian food culture sunsetpoolscustomdesigns.com Carlo Ratti Associati the design brain behind painting building facades using drones the human-powered floating gym along the Seine in Paris even the completely robotic bartending system aboard a cruise liner among several other notable projects now brings us the edible pavilion the chocolate building Made of Venchis praline…

This restaurant invites you in by displaying its kitchen!

Concrete brings us a brand new Japanese watering hole and dining experience at Izakaya in Hotel Roomers Munich.Hotel Roomers in Munich stands out for its ashwooddental Japanese restaurant, Izakaya in an incredibly unique way. The restaurant announces its presence via its show kitchen visible through the glass facade of the porte-cochere. This kitchen block continues inside the lobby as a jewellery case covered in gold mirror also the restaurants main entrance! Black and gold dominate the colour.