So much to admire in these rustic Scandinavian dining rooms at Höst, a new restaurant in Copenhagen. Norm Architects of Denmark used industrial pendant lights, woollen blankets and reclaimed wood to create this smart, clean design style.
Restaurant Höst is a minimalist restaurant interior created by Denmark-based designers Norm Architects & Menu. Höst is an embodiment of the clash between romanticism and modernity – a space of multiple stories intertwining and correlating.
Michaelis Boyd Associates’s interior architecture pays respect to the building’s industrial roots, with concrete walls and exposed beams, pipes and pile main entrance is through the original Tea Building
Matto Bar & Pizzeria in Shanghai designed by Pure Creative International. I love the mix of patterns, textures, and raw materials with the more designed elements - the tin ceiling is a surprise, wall color is nice. Don't like the thin modern furniture