Walk into any food court in the country and you're bound to see the same standard design: tables, chairs, trash bins all lined up neatly. Perhaps you'll spot a splash of color here and there but nothing that really catches your eye.
Well, that is not the case at the designer food court at Lotte department store in Seoul. The work of industrial designer Karim Rashid, this dynamic sculptural food court has a futuristic feel to it.
NamedAmoje Food Capital, all of its walls and furniture curve at an angle so everything seems to be flowing in a mix of bright colors and shapes. It's like stepping into a food court wonderland. This is definitely a plan you won't want to miss if you visit Seoul.
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