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This Bird’s Nest Is A New Floating Restaurant In Mexico

Architect Miguel Angel Aragones created a real design masterpiece, making an illusion as if a huge bird’s nest is floating on the pool of the Mar Adentro Hotel in Mexico. The restaurant is actually located below the water and is covered with a woven, egg shaped roof, which is crafted from nothing else but twigs.

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The name of the restaurant is “Nido”, which is translated into English as a “nest” and is one of the three other restaurants in San Jose del Cabo in Mexico. The design is really astonishing, very nature friendly and looks like a lonely nest floating in the middle of the sea.

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The hotel, pool and restaurant are connected with a network of walkways, which create a wonderful promenade, from where you can admire the whole mystery of architecture.

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Mar-Adentro-Hotel-restaurant-by-Miguel-%C3%81ngel-Aragon%C3%A9s-2-889x543Once you walk inside the restaurant, you will find yourself amidst rather simple interior, with bar tables, chairs and lounges, performed in minimalist style.

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The furniture pieces complement the subtle textures and patterns, making the nest look cozy.

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source:inhabitat

This Bird’s Nest Is A New Floating Restaurant In Mexico
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