Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Cool restaurant - Nordic designed

Really, what's not to love about the cool Copenhagen restaurant "Höst", the result of a successful collaboration between two well know Danish brands Norm Architects and Menu? Above all, I totally love its unmistakably cosy Scandinavian feel! Höst means harvest in Danish and autumn in Swedish! The restaurant has  definitely got that unique autumnal weathered look largely achieved by using materials such as recycled wood and old cast iron that have been left to age gracefully.


 Notice the black scissor spring hanging lamps designed by Menu



  Black  bar Stools from &Tradition


    Gorgeous tableware from New Norm in nude natural colours
 Innovative use of Euro-pallets



Images via  Rum

9 comments:

  1. Love it! It's cool and cosy at the same time and I just love the worn wood everywhere... xo

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  2. I love how much texture there is in the space with the bare walls and wood - fab find! Now I would like to visit Copenhagen even more, please! x

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    1. Thanks Will! Lots to discover in CPH and you could literally spend days just checking out the decor in some of the cafes! x

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  3. Love that 'floor on the ceiling'! And would love the scissor lamps in my studio : )

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    1. Well spotted Ursula hadn't though of it that way! x

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  4. Copenhagen is definitely a city on my to visit list. What a great find, love the decor. One to visit when I go. Happy weekend x

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    1. CPH is a great and manageable city to explore and would be perfect for a Meet The Bloggers conference x

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  5. Looks smashing - haven't been yet, but worth a visit just for the interiors. Happy day - will you be at Meet the blogger??
    Knus
    Ax

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    1. Sadly won't be in London during MTB but get to go to Cape Town so not all bad!
      Are you going? X

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