McDonalds' may have been updating their look across North America, but the McDonalds and Fuel Station located in Batumi, Georgia, takes the fast food chain's brand to a whole new level. Incredibly sleek, it is essentially a futuristic glass structure that does more justice to the restaurant and gas stop than they do for it.
Designed by architect Giorgi Khmaladze, the McDonalds and Fuel Station also includes recreational spaces and a reflective pool. Interestingly, the structure has been constructed in such a way that the vehicle services and dining are isolated from one another, both physically and visually.
What really makes the McDonalds and Fuel Station so exciting is the way the end tapers off to a point as though it just fell from the sky.
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