Suspended Over Water

Do you want to take the ultimate lunch break? Forget the Gehry’s tad-overdone (sorry) Conde Nast cafeteria in New York City; head to Bangkok to the Octospider. It is a corporate cafeteria that elevates the act of eating to new heights (ouch these puns hurt, I am truly sorry). Suspended over the water with delicate concrete and steel legs, the cafeteria has three wings that spread out, giving each seat a view in every direction. It’s designed by Exposure Architects, based in northern Italy.

Designer: Exposure Architects

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