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Colored from wall to floor

The Budapest Bisztró – a restaurant established in 2012 in an existing building in the heart of the Hungarian capital – captures the attention of its guests with its attractive interior design. The two-story restaurant was designed by the Hungarian architectural office Adam Design, whose staff combined various materials and design elements in loft style. They took great care throughout to use innovative products made in Hungary.

Architectural concrete plays a special role. It is given prominence in several areas of the restaurant, with some of the surfaces featuring distinctly differing...

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