Name: Host
Location: Copenhagen
Design: Norm Architects

The warmth exuded from the raw space of Host, located in Copenhagen, is enough to win anyone over.

The simple, well crafted material and details throughout this space proves that minimal doesn't mean empty. 

The warn wood tables, hand crafter pottery and table ware and raw walls all give the space a sense of clarity while also delivering the rustic element that balances out the space.

Painted white brick walls and collections of vintage bread boards creates a visual break on the wall and compliments the rustic and raw nature of the space. 

Restaurant Radio

Name: Restaurant Radio
Location: Copenhagen
Design: HolmbäckNordentoft

Created by the team also responsible for Noma, Restaurant Radio maintains the same simple sensibility. Warm, open, modern, and fresh can all describe this beautiful space that serves up new nordic cuisine. All food comes from Radio's own organic garden, local fishermen, and farmers and is beautifully served against a backdrop of worn, warm wood in a space filled with contrast and light.

Located in Frederiksberg, close to Copenhagen's scenic lakes, Restaurant Radio derives its name from the city's old Radio House. Photo by Anders Hviid.

The dining room is outfitted with Slab Chairs by Tom Dixon. The floor is Douglas fir, treated with white soap and lye, from Danish company Dinesen. Photograph by Anders Hviid.

The restaurant flatware is from the design firm Normann Copenhagen. Photo by Anders Schønnemann.

A Moooi Chandelier hangs above two large photographic images of produce from the farms. Photo by Anders Schønnemann.

Photos 1-4 © Remodelista via Anders Hviid


Name: Noma
Location: Copenhagen

It is easy to see why Noma was ranked No.1 on San Pellegrinos' “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” list for 2010(pushing out El Bulli). The restaurant serves Icelandic style cuisine in an absolutely perfect atmosphere. Worm brick, timber beams, dark wood floors and classic Danish style furnishings strike a perfect balance to the beautifully plated, seasonal food. Noma is a great example of beautiful design and food coming together to create a seamless  finished product. The balancing act of these two components is what creates a a positive and memorable experience for a diner. 

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Image 2 © The fab day
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