the Budapest Café in Chengdu, China features a palette of mint green with notes of blush pink.
Melbourne, Australia-based firm Biasol drew inspiration for the whimsical design from the Wes Anderson film The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Staircases meander up the walls leading nowhere while others form shelves and a speckled terrazzo seating area.
Arches act as both pronounced doorways and alcoves for semiprivate dining nooks.
A pink ball pit sits beneath cool white neon mountains and an original Eero Aarnio hanging bubble chair.