Flora Danica, is a contemporary Danish brasserie, with the sophistication of French influences. An atmosphere characterized by the green color, used for both different fabrics and natural stone.
The palette is supplemented by tones of gray, and furniture with black and brass details. A Herringbone marble floor as combination of carrara and green, graphically distinguishes the entire project and bring attention to the main bar area. the other part of the restaurant is more so and intimate, with floor carpet and velvet sofas.
Flora Danica is the original name of the restaurant that has been kept.
GamFratesi use the traditional Flora Danica drawings in a contemporary way designing a geometric frame structure on the walls and including the drawings as a large botanical display.
Copenhague restaurant is characterized by an intense and dark blue atmosphere. A combination of dark blue leather, textiles and deep blue curtains and tablecloths, are selected to bring the visitors in an intimate atmosphere.
As the only touch of white, a series of white porcelain plates made of special edition in collaboration with Royal Copenhagen and GamFratesi.
the white color will bring attention to a culinary experience in a sharp contrast between the refined Danish cuisine and the intense atmosphere.
Verandah is an Indian restaurant in the Customs House in Copenhagen, a building from the 1930s. For the interior we wanted to create an Indian restaurant with an atmosphere heavily inspired by that era, because in Denmark, Indian cuisine is often associated with fast food.
The interior design is also a play on indoor versus outdoor. To achieve this, we added a podium made of Dinesen floorboards that evokes the feeling of being on a veranda. Of course, using outdoor furniture for this part of the restaurant helped, as did incorporating trees with fragrant flowers.