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This May Be the World's Most Sensory-Overloaded Steakhouse

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Photos: Co.Design

It's not just Ikea that's responsible for Scandinavian design's minimalist rap; consider the canonized work of Hans Wegner and Arne Jacobsen, for example. Looks like Swedish hospitality-design firm Stylt has been singlehandedly changing all that with totally outlandish projects such as Griffin's Steakhouse Extraordinaire, a Stockholm restaurant billed as "at first glance a very classic restaurant of the American steakhouse heritage." Somewhere in the netherworld between that descript. and "extraordinaire" sprawls the eatery displayed above. Steak with a side of crushed velvet, anyone?
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