London's Duke of York Square will soon be home to a very unique café with retractable walls that will change according to the seasons.
The yet-to-be-named café will have a coiled shaped and measure a total fo 938 square-feet. It will be split in two levels: an upper level with a roof with an outdoor patio and a ground floor with glazed rectractable glass walls.
This unconventional design is the work of Nex Architecture, the firm that won an international competition to design the café in one of the city's most prestigious neighborboods.
So far, an estimated date of completion has not been announced. We'll keep you posted on more details as the project develops.
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