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16 Fantastic Examples of Adaptive Reuse in Restaurant Design

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There's nothing quite like enjoying a good, frothy cappuccino in a converted public toilet, right? All snug up against the circa-1890 urinals? No? How about a barn from the 1700s? Or a nail salon? Or a laundromat? OK, maybe not, but there are architects and businessfolk who sure know how to pull it off. From "rock 'n' roll" outfits smushed inside a half-converted military chapel to eco-tourism cafés carved from grounded ships, there is no dearth of surprisingly gorgeous restaurant conversions. Have a look, below.

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