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. ‘we wanted to keep the strong structural elements of the tall, light space, as well as reframe the existing beautiful material palette of concrete, bricks and dark metals,’ explain the designers.
restaurant 108’s furniture has also been designed by SPACE copenhagen, with their round accent tables serving as small islands dotted around the volume. other items include wardrobes in blackened steel, as well as wooden credenzas that function as waiting stations throughout the interior. suspended from the lofty ceilings, mouth-blown pendant lamps have been manufactured by bomma, design studio olgoj chorchoj. the restaurant’s woven chairs have been designed by jørgen bækmark.
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Photo By Joachim Wichmann