Salt Restaurant, here is the salt restaurant born in Iran and made entirely with this material. The walls, the bar, the tables and the chairs are all made of salt. Even the stairs are coated in white thanks to the salt, which helps purify and filter the city air.
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Salt Restaurant, here is the salt restaurant born in Iran and made entirely of this material. The walls, the bar, the tables and the chairs are all made of salt. Even the stairs are coated in white thanks to the salt, which helps purify and filter the polluted air of the city.
This is an exclusive idea of the Iranian design company Emitaz Group, which used salt as the main building material, in order to promote the concept of green construction. They created the building using low-cost and readily available materials, such as salt, which is the protagonist.
The walls, ceilings and structures are made with salt from the neighboring areas salt mines and from the Shiraz salt lake, a company spokesperson explained. The project began with a study of the type of local salt to be used and its combination with natural gums.
It is no coincidence that the restaurant is located near a salt lake. Inspired by natural salt caves, the designers made sure that the walls followed the same wavy shapes. The result has led the builders to work tables and chairs by hand, with the utmost attention to keep the environmental impact as low as possible.
The choice of salt was considered wise for the construction of the restaurant, since it is the salt that purifies the air and creates positive ions in the atmosphere. Salt helps purify and filter the air, making it a suitable material for the construction of a building like this restaurant.
Among other things, having lunch or dinner in a salt restaurant that mimics a healing salt cave could have gods health benefits.
Photo source: architecturelab.net
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