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Wild and untamed tree branches grow out of tables in the museum cafe and store at the Archive of Galicia, part of the Galician City of Culture building in Spain. Designed by Estudio Nomada, the trees serve as table legs, space separators, structures and sculptures. The theme is one of stylized nature, reminding lunchers where their food comes from. The design won its creators the "International Restaurant and Bar Design" award in 2012. Now if these branches grew things like pears, apples and sandwiches, that would be even better. Check back in the Spring.


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All Photographs © Héctor Santos-Díez


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Bonus!

The theme of nature while lunching is taking over. Here is another restaurant where tables are supported by trees, called "The Fantasies of Charles" by Charles Kaisin.

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