If you follow food, you’ve absolutely heard of NOMA. Ranked as the best restaurant in the world in both 2010 and 2011 by Restaurant magazine, NOMA concentrates on creating meals from locally harvested and seasonal foods. Continuing their experimental nature, they’ve worked with 3XNS Interior to create a food lab of sorts where “chefs could continue to take their skills further in the evolution and development of Nordic cuisine.” It’s a beautiful space that came with some extremely firm restrictions – no glue or nails could be put into the building. Yeesh.
Thankfully 3XNS Interior came up with some clever ways of utilizing the space, filling it with specialized storage units utilizing customized modular units. Here’s how they describe them:
Curving playfully throughout the space, these units divide the 200M2 room into smaller areas accommodating the Food Lab, the herb garden, staff areas and office. Raw and simple, through colours and forms, it captures a unique Nordic aesthetic.
To learn more about the project I’d suggest you click here. I’d also suggest you check out the photos below which will give you a great idea of how amazing this space is.
Found through Core77