written by Filipa Alvim
Ferm Living decorates new Copenhagen, Asian fusion restaurant IBU. Meeting the calm and elegant visual concept of Ferm Living design language, and the Asian aspect of the cuisine, they turned the restaurant into a place in which you want to linger.
IBU recently opened in the city’s trendy Vesterbro neighbourhood and is headed by chef Henrik Jyrk. They asked Ferm Living to design its interior, being that they wanted a space that visually referenced both the Nordic roots and the Asian flavours in the cuisine. The aim was to create a cozy space where guests want to stay.
Ferm Living, a brand mainly focused on furniture and home accessories, created a colour scheme based on both Nordic and Asian culture.
The pale beige tones that feature throughout the space comes from the hues of Copenhagen’s building and rooftops and the deep colours that covers some of the walls a colour that, symbolises joy and good fortune. a characteristic from the Asian culture.
IBU restaurant has a cozy and intimate space to work with from the start, so they wanted to take it like they were decorating a home. Ferm Living underlined the comfortable side by making distinctive corners and special areas in the small room that meet the needs of different parties and moods.
“A restaurant can be something significantly different from home, but we wanted to create a space that had some of the same elements. We set out to create an atmosphere that feels nice, welcoming, and comfortable,” Trine Andersen, founder and creative director of ferm LIVING, says.
A comfortable mood characterises the restaurant with dim lights and little details. The decoration and design doesn’t t just focus on tables where people can sit and eat, but on surroundings in which they feel the need to stay a little bit more.
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