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Restaurant as Enchanted Forest, Copenhagen Edition

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Restaurant as Enchanted Forest, Copenhagen Edition

Julie Carlson 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. 

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

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

Above: The room is lined with custom banquettes.

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.

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

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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