Among a series of new buildings created for Swarovski’s recently reopened Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds) museum in the idyllic Austrian town of Wattens, Oslo and New York-based architecture firm Snøhetta have designed the complex’s signature restaurant and cafe. Named Daniel’s, after the company’s original founder, the space is housed in a curved pavilion embedded into the museum’s garden; the concrete structure frames floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the room with natural light and afford diners a view into the surrounding gardens, including Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot’s remarkable Crystal Cloud art installation. Walnut and suede furniture adds organic texture and contrast to a starkly minimalist interior, while the menu serves a number of crowd-pleasers from regional specialties such as Wiener schnitzel to house-made patisserie and baked treats.