Where to Eat in Paris? The home of great food, the french capital has multiple restaurants offering fantastic French fare – ranging from traditional bistros to smart, trendy restaurants and Michelin-starred establishments. But food isn’t the only appreciated thing in Paris restaurants; Many of them are beautifully designed and the overall decor is so amazing that it makes you want to linger. Two of these are the renovated restaurants in ‘La Maison du Danemark’. See inside these elegant eateries, be inspired by their interiors and add them to your list of places to eat in Paris.
Danish design studio GamFratesi completes the renovation of two restaurants in ‘La Maison du Danemark’, on the Champs-Élysées of Paris. Flora Danica is a high-end brasserie on the ground floor while Copenhague houses a fine dining experience on the first level. In each space, contemporary items coexist naturally with classical mid-century Danish design features.
Flora Danica is a contemporary Danish brasserie with the sophistication of French influences. The atmosphere is characterized by green hues used for fabrics and natural stone. The color palette is complemented by tones of gray, furniture with black and brass details, as well as a herringbone marble floor combining Carrara and green. The other half of the restaurant has softer and more intimate qualities, with floor carpets and velvet sofas.
On the other hand, the Copenhague restaurant is characterized by an intense atmosphere. A combination of dark blue leather and kvadrat textiles with deep blue curtains and tablecloths is selected to welcome the visitors in an intimate setting. Even more, the presence of the white color will bring attention to the culinary experience in a sharp contrast between refined Danish cuisine and the striking context. White porcelain plates are created as a special edition in collaboration with royal Copenhagen and GamFratesi.