Standard restaurant by GamFratesi, Copenhagen – Denmark

November 20th, 2013 by retail design blog

Sometimes at Frame we see interiors that may not have the dramatic wow factor, but are simply well-designed, well-executed and congenial. The Standard is one such place. True to form, GamFratesi has decked out The Standard – a large restaurant in Copenhagen – in modern, understated Nordic fashion. Located in a historical building – a customs house from 1937 – the project features the Danish duo’s own designs such as the Beetle Chair, which was launched by Gubi earlier this year at the Salone del Mobile.

‘The interior of The Standard is an eclectic mix of soft lines, natural light, exclusive materials, classic design and brand-new design icons, all carefully chosen by GamFratesi,’ says Jacob Gubi. ‘They underline the building’s history, iconic look and vision.’

Photos Enok Holsegaard






http://www.frameweb.com/news/the-standard-by-gamfratesi

One Kensington bar and restaurant by B3 Designers, London
B3 Designers’ inspiration for the brand identity is partially drawn from the...
Adiamo Nightclub by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Bremen - German...
Renovation of a Varieté-Theater with Restaurant and Club
Mak Mak restaurant by NC Design & Architecture, Hong Kong
Inside the windowless restaurant, lights shine behind rattan-covered walls t...
Wildwood restaurant by Brown Studio, Braintree - UK
We introduced a new restaurant into a vacant retail unit combining the brand...

Leave a Reply