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Inside the Paleo Restaurant Designed by Johannes TorpeWednesday 11 December 2019
Johannes Torpe is an amazing Danish designer that has helped several clients worldwide, including some of the most bespoke brands in gastronomy. Paleo has been one of this designer’s clients, and the designer showed his quality by handling the interiors of one of this brand’s restaurants in Copenhagen Denmark. CovetED is taking you for a snack by showing you the final result in this unique project.
For this unique interior design, Johannes Torpe was inspired by the simplicity of the paleo diet. In order for the restaurant to work, the design team developed advantages for the staff, such as an optimized workflow behind the counter, as well and a space that perfectly reflected Paleo’s strong food concept.
For the staff, there are many dedicated zones meant for the clients to see the different stages of food preparation. This choice of transparency to the audience has to do with this restaurant’s tradition of working with restaurant design in Asia. Not only does the audience get to see the process, but also the existence of these zones allow for the optimization of the whole food process.
Paleo is also divided into many different areas: we’re talking about accessible seating areas as well as some lounge areas all of which are fitting for the varied demographics of clients. The many materials composing this unique project have been provided by several brands in Copenhagen: the Textiles are from Kvadrat, the Chairs from Fredericia Furniture, the Lamps from Københavns Møbelsnedkeri and the Tables were provided by Clarrods Interior.
The main styling behind this display is inspired in hygge, which is mainly defined as a type of decor which has a toned-down colour scheme and a couple of natural materials such as leather, stone, wood, brass and wool. This is all gathered and blended with the purpose of creating a relaxed ambience in the space.
The lovely map shown above is the result of Johannes Torpe teaming up with architect Bo Benzon from Arkitekturministeriet (AMPD). The purpose of this decorative element is to expose Denmark’s geography in the Stone Age. As a matter of fact, the Stone Age can be defined as the food concept’s inspirational source.
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