Traveling to the Netherlands specifically to try out the 'Pure C' Restaurant may be a bit much, but should you be in the area with a grumbling stomach this contemporary eatery would be a great stop.
The Pure C Restaurant was originally built in 1970, but has since been re-designed by Lieven Musschoot who attempted to create a calm, casual atmosphere for patrons to enjoy a refreshing drink and delicious meal. This casual atmosphere is easily achieved through a predominantly white interior with surrounding views of the Netherlands.
Implications - Revamping older buildings into updated contemporary spaces -- as is done with the Pure C Restaurant -- is a highly appealing venture for many developers and consumers alike. Consumers appreciate products or locations that have a story behind them, and with such companies should pursue such endeavors.
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