Chocolate appears to be dripping down the walls at this cafe in Opole, Poland, by interior designers Bro.Kat.
Located in the market square, the cafe only occupies a 30-square-metre unit but the designers have built a mezzanine to fit extra seating areas into the space.
"The chocolate melting on the walls is the only embellishment of the room," said designers Roma Skuza and Bogna Polańska, before explaining that the "milk drops" hanging from the ceiling are lamps.
Black, brown and cream are the only shades used for furniture and decoration, reflecting the three main varieties of chocolate.
Ground floor plan - click above for larger image and key
A dark brown-coloured bar and kitchen are located beneath the mezzanine, which the designers refer to as "a square of chocolate".
Mezzanine plan - click above for larger image and key
Photography is by Radosław Kaźmierczak.
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