Danish practice Norm Architects used a palette of dark and warm materials combined with minimal tube lighting to create an “intimate and cosy atmosphere” at this wine bar and restaurant in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen-based Norm Architects was tasked with designing the interior of new venue Nærvær, which is situated within a modern building in the Christianshavn area of the city.
The building has a view towards a nearby canal and the old city centre beyond. Its shell was fitted out with an industrial aesthetic featuring raw concrete surfaces and exposed ventilation suspended from the ceiling.
The existing spaces informed the choice of materials that complement this industrial character, but introduce tones and textures intended to soften the effect and create a more comfortable environment.
“With an interior design defined by an array of stone, wood and metal, the materials are all natural and have deliberately been altered in order to create dark and industrial surfaces that match the mood of the place,” said the architects.
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