Tornado-Inspired Restaurant


Twister is a newly opened restaurant in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Drawing inspiration from the upward pull of a tornado, designers Sergey Makhno and Vasily Butenko created a two-story dining area that hovers above the floor on super-slim legs, complete with light fixtures that resemble rain drops. At the bar area, you’ll feel like your hanging out in a bird's nest, as the walls are covered with thatched sticks, and the cushy seats look like clumped together pine cones.





Sergey Makhno and Vasily Butenko’s website
via [The Cool Hunter]



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