Doughnut-themed cafe in Russia has walls and furniture that look almost edible

Designers Eduard Eremchuk and Katy Pititskaya have created a cafe in Voronezh, Russia, that embodies “the essence of a doughnut” through delicious-looking velvety walls and squidgy seeming furniture.

Cafe Krujok, named after a round doughnut, is located in the centre of the city of Voronezh in southwest Russia and specialises in breakfasts and coffee.

Cafe Krujok is designed to look like a deconstructed doughnut

In keeping with the theme, Eremchuk and Pititskaya designed the space to make patrons feel as if they had stepped into a fantasy world of baked goods.

“We were inspired by airy shapes of the doughnuts,

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