Musling, a new café from Anders Selmer and Bagge Algren of famed restaurant Fiskebar, sits at the edge of Copenhagen’s Torvehallerne food market and serves a menu of sustainably-caught seafood, organic greens, and biodynamic wine. The interiors are by Danish firm Space Copenhagen who wanted to “create a space that reflects the nature of the open markets and resources outside,” the designers say. Here’s a look at the space.
Photography by Joachim Wichmann, courtesy of Space Copenhagen.
Above: The bones of the restaurant are made up of burnished steel and walls treated with pigmented plaster.
Above: The bar has a burnished steel base and engineered wood counters, the same wood as the floor.
Above: Custom crumpled paper lamp shades light up the curved bar.
Above: Space Copenhagen’s black ash Spine Stools meet the bar and a counter-height dining island.
Above: The ceiling lights are built-in LED spots arranged above the restaurant’s various seating arrangements. The designers, as they say, took an “understated and honest approach to materials and ambiance.”
Above: Dining room seating comprises warm leather benches and custom dining chairs made of steel, leather, and felt. Musling is located on the corner of Linnésgade and Vendersgade in front of Torvehallerne in Copenhagen. Contact Musling for more information.
For more from Space Copenhagen, see our posts:
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- Kul: A Charcoal-Colored Grill Restaurant in Copenhagen