Saturday, 4 February 2017

Trip to Copenhagen and Høst

Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects
Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects
Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects
Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects

I’m just back from a little trip to Copenhagen where Rafa-kids furniture were presented at CIFFkids fair on the Fabelab stand. Any excuse is good to visit this beautiful city. It was such a fresh and cold weather and I managed to look around the center and step by some stores and coffee bars. One of my ‘must see’ visits this time was famous Høst Restaurant designed by Norm Architects

It is already 4 years old, and won many international design awards…but well, I wanted to see it myself. What I like the most is the combination of the imperfect materials like recycled wood, aged concrete, steel, next to some warm wool of the blankets, greenery and delicate modern light. The old wooden ceiling and the not perfect walls, give such a relaxed and cosy atmosphere. The neighbourhood is also nice with a big park, food markets and plenty of space to breath. Probably even more beautiful during warm days, when you can sit outside. I will be back! 

Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects
Høst Restaurant Copenhagen by Norm Architects
Photos from Norm Architects website / Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

1 comment:

  1. There's a very industrial and minimalist feel to the place here. It's quite nice but hard to maintain and there's probably a lot of things going on in storage to keep that place this neat and tidy I'll bet! But the stone and wood and metal put together really does make for a very interesting atmosphere for sure!

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