Ever wanted to own a piece of the iconic Danish restaurant Noma? Now's your chance...
A favourite amongst critics, food lovers and design enthusiasts alike, Copenhagen restaurant is emptying its interiors in an online auction prior to its re-launch next year. Owner and chef Rene Redzepi helped curate the furnishings, sourcing pieces from contemporary Scandinavian design houses and combining them with mid-century treasures, working with interior design firm SPACE Copenhagen.
Pieces to go on sale on Wright Auctions range from tables and chairs to tableware and cutlery, with the list of designers reading like a who's who of the Scandinavian design world. Current plans for Noma 2.0 are underway and the restaurant is set to re-open in 2018, in its new location on an urban farm in Copenhagen.
The auction will take place on 2 November and can be live-streamed from 8am via . Reservations for Noma 2.0 go live on 16 November.
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