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Located in an upcoming neighborhood of the city, the restaurant aims to be a landmark for the regeneration of the old distressed urban fabric. Its approach is simple and clear, using natural materials and mixing them with the abundant greenery
Located on the first floor of La Maison du Danemark is Copenhague, a more formal restaurant where Chef Andreas Moller prepares unique Scandinavian specialties. Now one of the most popular restaurants in Paris, Copenhague offers creative cuisine, spectacular views and a fit-out that’s to die for! Unlike Flora Danica, Copenhague is draped in darker, more intense colours and textures.
Ramon Esteve Studio have divided the restaurant into three sections: the lobby entrance where guests can enjoy a drink at the bar, the main dining area and the outside courtyard. A visual language has been developed for the restaurant by fusing copper and marble elements which deliver an industrial feel to the building.
Pom and Flora Cafe is the most darling brunch/lunch hangout in Stockholm's Södermalm neighborhood. Pom and Flora Cafehas quickly become a big breakfast favorite for locals.
SPACE Copenhagen has converted a former industrial warehouse into ‘restaurant 108′, a high-end eatery in the danish capital for chef rené redzepi. the design combines the building’s existing structural elements with bespoke furniture pieces that offer a distinct scandinavian style.
Lion Noir is a restaurant that will surprise and delight on every visit. Our seasonal menu is constantly evolving, reflecting the availability of locally-sourced fresh ingredients. Every dish is crafted to spark the taste buds with flavours inspired by French high-dining.
A Melbourne espresso bar built with a minimal material palette within an exposed concrete shell. Belying its small budget the project delivered a highly functional space with a robust aesthetic suitable for both high volume passing trade and casual coffee lovers.
Designed by Venice- and Shanghai– based Alberto Caiola, Botanist Bar draws on the menu of innovative plant-based cocktails, delivering an interior that engages the senses. Located at the leafy heart of Asia’s most sci-fi city – Shanghai’s former French concession – a combination of natural and synthetic elements evoke a futuristic realm where technology meets sustainability to harness the power of plants.
The building was a former school, but it’s a dead cert none of the pupils who attended in its former life had anything like as good a time as the party-goers queuing up for detention these days.
Sometimes the fact of building is just about erasing layers. This is the basis of the project for the refurbishment of the “Posito Pesquero”. How to rediscover the inner architecture has been hidden for years.