The Softroom 'Wahaca Southbank Experiment' is Time Sensitive

By: Shiori Mine - Published: • References: softroom & dezeen
The Softroom 'Wahaca Southbank Experiment' is a pop-up Mexican restaurant situated outside the festival Southbank Centre in London, England. Using a series of eight shipping containers, the architects were able to create an eye-catching, two-storey eatery.

Serving up delicious Mexican fare, the colorful temporary restaurant contains a glass atrium in the middle. If you are looking for a break from all the summer games excitement, take a trip up to the tequila bar hanging above the terrace. The designers maintain a savvy industrial feeling throughout each container, furnishing the spaces with a mix of recycled and modern pieces. To bring life into the reclaimed shipping containers, Mexican artists have been commissioned to create colorful murals for the walls.

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