Gelesen: "Copenhagen: On the heels of the city’s culinary pioneers, a new generation of hoteliers is redefining what it means to be hygge"

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Bestes Restaurant der Welt, NOMA, Copenhagen
Bestes Restaurant der Welt, NOMA, Copenhagen

Auf Architectural Digest ein interessanter Artikel über neue Interior-Entwicklungen in dem Land, das sich sehr auf seine nordische Design- und Handwerkultur bezieht. Sie werden vorangetrieben von Unternehmen, die auf ihrem Gebiet Premium-Anspruch leben. Hier Hotels, Bars und Restaurants. Wir lesen:
"By now you’ve heard the Danes can cook. Sixteen years ago chef René Redzepi sparked a gastronomic revolution when he opened Noma—birthplace of New Nordic cuisine and training ground for cutting-edge talents. (After a yearlong hiatus, the restaurant relocated last year to a stunning waterfront compound designed by Bjarke Ingels Group in collaboration with Studio David Thulstrup.) If local hotels have struggled to keep up, a new wave of accommodations has filled that gap. Alexander Kolpin, a onetime principal of the Royal Danish Ballet, opened Hotel Sanders, a 54-room gem with a rooftop solarium, candlelit lobby lounge, cozy bar, and restaurant. In a residential building in Christianshavn, meanwhile, former auction specialist Tina Seidenfaden Busck has expanded The Apartment, her pattern-happy gallery, to include a neighboring two-bedroom flat that can be rented by the night or week. And Danish kitchen company Vipp has opened two boutique lodgings—one a loft, the other a converted water-pumping station—designed by Thulstrup. Sweet dreams...”
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