Snøhetta lays the table at Copenhagen's Barr
The Scandinavian practice has worked alongside Table Noir to produce a range of cutlery
Set beside the harbour in Copenhagen, Barr offers visitors a taste of real Northern European cuisine from a menu devised by head chef René Redzepi and Thorsten Schmid.
The eatery is the latest to be profiled by Table Noir – whose single mission is to produce eating tools for the world’s best restaurants. For this range, the studio’s CEO Benjamin Folkmann Hansen called upon architecture practice Snøhetta, which resulted in simple knives, forks and spoons each made from scuffed metal.
'Restaurant Barr has been chosen because the restaurant concept and people behind it are fantastic. It’s a world-class restaurant and it deserved a tailored Table Noir set of cutlery that is worthy of it,' said Folkmann Hansen of the collection.
Table Noir's latest collection launched during this year's 3daysofdesign. Read DAMNº's highlights from the festival, which took place from 23 to 25 May.