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NORM Architects Creates A Light-Filled Glasshouse For The Michelin-Starred Restaurant

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Restaurang ÄNG

NORM Architects Creates A Light-Filled Glasshouse For The Michelin-Starred Restaurant

July, 2022
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen

Copenhagen-based architecture firm NORM Architects has completed the restaurant design for ÄNG, a Michelin-starred restaurant located in one of Sweden’s largest vineyards. The glasshouse atrium features a sleek minimalism of harmonious textures and materials, custom artworks, and an organic atmosphere aiming to heighten the sensorial experience of dining — and is furnished by Japanese solid wood by Karimoku Case Study — a collaborative brand by Japanese timber furniture manufacturer Karimoku and architect Keiji Ashizawa of Keiji Ashizawa Design, Norm Architects’ Jonas Bjerre Poulsen and Frederik Werner.

Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen
Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen

Restaurant Äng
Ästad 10, 432 77 Tvååker,
Sweden

Restaurant Äng, Sweden © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen

Text: Joanna Kawecki
Images: © Jonas Bjerre Poulsen

July, 2022