23 Mar 2015 - 4:45 pm

The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture.


Danish restauranteur Claus Meyer and jazz musician Niels Lan Dorky teamed with Danish-Italian design duo, GamFratesi in the structure’s development, which houses three top-level restaurants and a jazz club.


The building’s interior reflects the classic, understated Nordic style, while contemporary pieces supplement a graphic contrast. Throughout the space numerous trees and mini gardens offer a well integrated use of fresh greenery.

At Almanak, its signature Danish restaurant, dishes such as warm liver pate with beets & lingonberries stand out, while Studio has a Michelin-star and was appointed as “Best New Restaurant” in in the White Guide.


Photography by Enok Holsegaard

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  • Havnegade 44
  • Copenhagen,Denmark
  • +45 72 14 88 08
  • http://en.thestandardcph.dk/

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