Wes Anderson films make us feel like we've been transported to a very aesthetically pleasing — if slightly trippy — different world. If you've ever found yourself wishing you could escape into one of his creations like we have, then, well — here's your chance. There's a whimsical, new cafe in Chengdu, China modeled after "The Grand Budapest Hotel" film in all of its pink and green glory.
The Budapest Cafe was designed by Australian-based studio Biasol, and was practically placed on this earth to be Instagrammed. It offers a modern, minimalist take on the nostalgic designs seen in the film.
" We began by understanding Anderson's style: his symmetrical, precise, and quirky set designs; vivid and nostalgic color palettes; and the sentiment that infuses his films." — Biasol