Restaurant as Enchanted Forest, Copenhagen Edition by

Issue 102 · True North · December 10, 2013

Restaurant as Enchanted Forest, Copenhagen Edition

Issue 102 · True North · December 10, 2013

Noma cofounder Claus Meyer (known as one of the founding fathers of New Nordic cuisine) is the force behind the newly opened waterfront jazz club/restaurant/bar the Standard, which encompasses a jazz club and not one but three restaurants. The ground floor restaurant, designed by Danish-Italian design team GamFratesi, is called (appropriately enough) Verandah, and features a modern greenhouse vibe. 

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Above: GamFratesi used Beetle chairs from Copenhagen furniture company Gubi paired with classic cast-iron cafe tables.

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Above: The designers used a cool palette of grays and blues in the interior.

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Above: The room is lined with custom banquettes.

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Above: A row of Orient pendants from Lightyears, originally created for Fog & Morup and consisting of a copper body with a rosewood top, illuminates the dining room.

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Above: Gubi produced a special-edition Beetle bar stool for the interior.

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Above: The restaurant is housed in a 1930s custom house on Copenhagen's waterfront.

At Remodelista, we get some of our best design ideas from restaurants. Have a look at An iHope on Acid and the 295 other Restaurant Visits in our archive.



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