The Copper Canyon cliff in Mexico has been chosen by Tall Architects to build a restaurant that is based on a rock and completely suspended in the air. It seems that the Bire Bitori is a heart-stopping restaurant that was designed for adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers. This high preforming cantilevered concrete structure, highlights a top level swimming pool , a glass tiled 2nd floor looking down 6,000 feet to the beautiful Copper Canyon cliff.
The design consists of two parts: the first floor is a restaurant with glass floor and big windows where guests have a view of the Canyon, which may not only suit the design architect in terms of reducing weight but also it’d allow a stunning view of the deep heights (approx 6,000 feet) beneath the restaurant. The open-plan interior is characterized by a natural material palette and is lined with picture windows to ensure diners are always connected to the extraordinary landscape that surrounds them. The second floor is the rooftop, where guests are open to take panoramic photos along with of famous Basaseachic Falls in the background.
The next adventure also is quite sporty, the restaurant can be reached by climbing a mountain.Viewers are open to take panoramic photos along with of famous Basaseachic Falls in the front. Biré Bitori is made with minimal design architectural engineering while the material finishes of Biré Bitori render.