An Instagrammers dream come true – The ‘Interstellar’ restaurant in Mexico city is decorated with 250,000 LED lights


If you a Christopher Nolan fan and have particularly loved the ‘Interstellar’, here’s a piece of information just for you! Inspired by the hit science fiction film, Citibanamex – a world-class congress and exhibition center in Mexico is now set to open doors to a restaurant that is themed entirely around the movie and boasts a gazillion starry lights and illusionary objects.

Spread across 200-square-meter, the awe-inspiring restaurant is conceptualized by Almazán Y Arquitectos Asociados, Concepto Taller De Arquitectura and Pin Studio, who have sought to create a space where diners can enjoy an ‘out of the world’ experience. It boasts a starry sky made up of 250,000 LED lights, contrasting black interiors and a fleet of mirrored tables for effect. In addition to gazing at the illuminated galaxy, guests at the restaurant can also enjoy a tour of a library (at the entrance) wherein several books hang from the ceiling to create an impression of anti-gravity.

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The restaurant is specially created as part of Millesime Mexico 2019(an interactive haute cuisine event which is held annually at the convention center), with a vison to “transform the universe into content, interweaving time and space to create a visually spectacular environment.” It will remain open for a limited time period at Citibanamex center in the country. Care to pay it a visit?

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[Via:Collater]