Space Copenhagen designs dreamy Danish restaurant interior

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Space Copenhagen bypasses typical Nordic style for "dreamier" Danish restaurant interior

Space Copenhagen paired deep blue velvet seating with mirrored accessories for this restaurant and cocktail bar in the Danish capital.

LouLou by Space Copenhagen

The Danish firm hoped to steer away from their typical Nordic aesthetic and create a "dreamy" space lined with dramatic textures and colours for the venue LouLou.

LouLou by Space Copenhagen

"LouLou's interior is a refreshing break, featuring deep blues, grey carpets and oak," said Space Copenhagen.

"In contrast to a lot of our projects that carry a very Nordic touch, LouLou has a dreamier, more magical feel inspired by the neon-lit metropolitan night."

LouLou by Space Copenhagen

Walls painted in soft warm tones contrast with deep navy blue velour sofas and the studio's Stay lounge chair produced by Gubi.

Table settings are simple, with clean metallic lamps and white tablecloths. Decorations include elegant mirrored walls, collages of photographs and geometric and neon artworks by local artists.

LouLou by Space Copenhagen

Other places to eat in the Danish city include a garden-inspired Nordic restaurant with an indoor greenhouse, and a south American cafe covered in ceramic tiles by BIG and Kilo Design.

LouLou by Space Copenhagen

Space Copenhagen was established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou. The studio previously designed the interiors of the famous Noma restaurant in the Danish capital, and a hotel in Manhattan's SoHo district.

Photography is by Joachim Wichmann.