The home of Denmark in the French capital has undergone a major facelift. Danish design house GUBI have provided furniture to Maison du Danemark on Paris' famous Champs-Elysées. Designed by architects GamFratesi, the new space honours Danish design history by using a colour palette reminiscent of Arne Jacobsen's famous SAS Royal Hotel Copenhagen interiors.
The new space includes a fresh new look for the existing Restaurant Flora Danica on the ground floor and a new space upstairs, the Restaurant Copenhague. The ground floor space makes use of green marble and grey contrast tones.
The upstairs area uses a muted dark navy and copper colour-scheme.
New Nordic Dining Comes to Maison du Danemark
It's not only the interiors that have had a major facelift. The menus at both Restaurant Flora Danica & Restaurant Copenhague have been completely revamped.
Restaurant Copenhague is run by the young chef Andreas Møller. Møller previously worked at the Almanak in Copenhagen. He has also worked with renowned chef Claus Meyer. Serving inventive dishes using traditional Nordic ingredients for both lunch and dinner, the new space has quickly become popular with Paris foodies.
GUBI is one of Denmark's leading manufacturers of designer furniture and was originally founded in 1967. In recent years, the company has focused on collaborating with international designers, architects and artists to create unique furniture and home accessories.
You can view more photos of the interiors of Maison du Danemark on GUBI‘s official website.