Noma, René Redzepi’s groundbreaking destination restaurant, reopened earlier this year in Copenhagen, Denmark. Space features impressive Danish craftsmanship through its complex design details, however, the overall aesthetic is more akin to that of a chic farmhouse than hospitality venue.
Along the shore of a city, the lake is the “hippie” anarchist community of Freetown Christiania, a village populated by a modest one thousand in Copenhagen, Denmark. Just by the border of this alternative district sits a converted naval fortification, now home to an experimental, biodynamic farm with 11 individual buildings. These buildings comprise the new location of Noma; arguably the most influential and iconic restaurant of this decade.
Noma’s interior exemplifies that beauty doesn’t require cutting-edge innovation to be impressive; it lies in the attention to detail in craft and execution. “Everything is carefully selected, curated or designed and nothing screams more than the other”, asserts Thulstrup. “The whole thing has this sense of coherence and a very 360 degrees holistic approach”.
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