McDonald’s in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

By - June 13th, 2013

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

If you want to experience the most unique dining experience at the Golden Arches, you’ll have to travel all the way to Batumi, Georgia, where Khmaladze Architects have designed the most stunning outlet of the McDonald’s fast food chain we’ve ever seen. Having opened in October 2012, the structure boasts cantilevered glass walls and an indoor garden, which extends outward to form a giant canopy for the gas station below. That’s right, you can fuel up your car and fuel up on Big Macs in the same location. The building sits on a busy city square in one of the newly urbanized parts of the seaside city.

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

McDonalds in Batumi, Georgia | By Khmaladze Architects

via: Arch2o

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