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The Willmott’s Ghost, a fantastic restaurant located inside the spheres in the Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, one that boasts incomparable beauty in its sublime design that will surely enchant anyone who sets their eyes on it. The Spheres, where this restaurant is located, has three more spaces and consists of three domes filled with plants to appreciate.
The restaurant was completely designed by Heliotrope Architects and had its interiors envisioned by none other than Prince Erikson. According to the designer of this marvellous project, the restaurant’s name comes from a flower similar to a thistle, named after a horticulturist from the Victorian era.
The restaurant serves Pizzas and Italian Cocktails, with seats that can accommodate around 50 diners and that can be accessed separately from the street. In fact, this concept of the restaurant helped to influence its look.
Along the outer edge of the restaurant, stalls in shapes of arcs are upholstered in dark green and positioned on one side of the entrance, and on the other side, one continuous-flowing upholstered bench draws its beautiful curve. The curved bar boasts the same color tones that fill the space with incredible life and inspiring beauty.
The space is decorated with dazzling tables and the bar stools match its green-metal bases and white oak chairs imbue the place with a rather sophisticated nuance. The colors of the space are both inspired by the margarita pizza and the Italian flag, and the restaurant has an amazing pizza oven that provides incredibly tasty meals.
So, if you ever decide to visit Seattle, this fantastic establishment is of obligatory visit, you will definitely not regret setting eyes on its views, on its design and especially you will not regret tasting their phenomenal food offerings.
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