The Danish studio has worked on over 350 projects to date, designing interiors and furniture that are attuned to their origins and heritage.
At first glance, the worlds of gastronomy and design may seem like odd bedfellows. But for Danish practice Space Copenhagen, it has been a natural fit. Founded in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, the studio is the creative mastermind behind the interiors of the first Noma restaurant (which they redesigned in 2012 and featured their Stellar Works Rén furniture collection) and 108 Restaurant (also by acclaimed chef Rene Redzepi) in Copenhagen, as well as a slew of haute venues in the Danish capital.
To date, the studio has worked on nearly 350 projects, including furniture collections as well as interiors for retail stores and hotels such as the renovation of the Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen; the iconic hotel was first designed by Arne Jacobsen for the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) in 1960.