There’s nothing like a good museum café, and Copenhagen is having a moment thanks to chef Frederik Bille Brahe. It started when Kunsthal Charlottenborg, the museum of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, asked Bille Brahe to bring their cafe space back to life. He did, with Apollo & Bar and Kantine, which opened last year. Now he’s at it again, this time with Kafeteria at the Statens Museum for Kunst, the National Gallery of Denmark. Designed with Vietnamese-Danish artist Danh Vo as “an everyday art piece” the café is equipped with Dinesen floors, Noguchi light sculptures, and furniture from Poul M. Volther, Nanna Ditzel, and Enzo Mari’s 1974 Autoprogettazione collection. Time to book a ticket to Copenhagen.
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