18 January 2012

If I Ever Go to Copenhagen, I Know Where I'm Going...

Restaurant Radio was highlighted on Remodelista today and I couldn't help but repost it because (a) I love their aesthetic, (b) I love their vision + purpose, and (c) the food looks amazing!

The restaurant is owned by "gastronomic entrepreneur" Claus Meyer, who has a bevy of sustainable farms and restaurants in the Nordic world. Additionally, he serves as host of "New Scandinavian Cooking" - a food and travel series targeting an international audience. Meyer believes that eating more vegetables and less meat is a precondition for health and a sustainable future, and refers to this attitude as "hedonistic sustainability."

Not an innovative idea, just plain smart.

Design: Collaboration between Graphic Designer Christina Meyer Bengtsson and the young Danish design firm HolmbackNordentoft
Floors: Douglas Fir treated with White Soap + Lye from Danish Company Dinesen
Slab Chairs by Tom Dixon
Flatware: Normann Copenhagen
Chandelier: Moooi


Colin said...

sharp looking place, would definitley visit. they must have enjoyed their veggie picking afternoon to feature it twice in the spread.

Rachel Landry said...

Doing a test... Colin, reply if you receive this! Please!