The Danish homeware brand known as Ferm Living was the head thinker of this marvelous Copenhagen Restaurant design. The entire place is decorated in shades of red and grey that provide a homely interior for this new place in Copenhagen full of Asian and Nordic Inspirations.
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The IBU restaurant opened in the city’s trendy neighborhood known as Vesterbro. The amazing place is headed by the chef Henrik Jyrk. Ferm Living was contacted by the chef to design the interior of this marvelous space that was previously thought has a space inspired by Nordic roots and Asian flavors in the cuisine.
“What was also crucial to [the client] was the creation of a vibe or atmosphere where you want to stay all night, which made a clear connection to the way we work at Ferm Living – we think a lot about emotions,” the brand told the famous blog Dezeen. “We went into the project much like we would if we were to decorate someone’s home.”
Ferm Living is focused on furniture and home accessories, and in this new space, they created a color scheme that they think transmitted in a very good idea the Asian and Nordic Inspirations.
To contrast with the mono and simple colors, the deep red in the room that covers the facade and some internal walls is a color that symbolizes joy and good fortune in China. To also honor Asia, the designers added the grilles that are used to serve food. “These draw a straight line to the hectic street kitchens that have become synonymous with Asia’s big cities,” said Ferm Living.
The entire place is decored with many pieces of the brand’s own products, including some from the recent collection. These include the rust-colored Quilt cushions and the dome-shaped lamps that hang above the tables. A charcoal grey curtain entirely covers another wall and several earth-toned bowls from their Sekki collection have been scattered throughout for decoration.
“We wanted to underline them, making distinctive corners and special areas in the small room that meet the needs of different parties and moods” explained the brand. “There’s the intimate little table for the date, a large round table for the big dinner party, and a seat at the bar, where you get to experience the magic of the kitchen in a shared experience with other guests.”
IBU is the latest in a series of new restaurants to open in Copenhagen over the past year, as the city builds on the continuing success of the multi-award-winning Noma.
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