Avenue Dining Chair in Action
Have you spotted our Avenue Dining Chair in action? We have a saying that If Paris with all its vibrant avenue charm was a chair, it would probably look something like Avenue Dining Chair. Because the design is fundamentally and structurally simple, the functional piece of furniture is ideal for a variety of settings.
With Avenue Dining Chair we have translated some of the elemental and esthetic qualities we find inspiring by midcentury modern design. The Avenue Dining Chair is a rare example of an elegant yet functional dining chair. With its slim and edgy lines the chair appears delicate and sophisticated both solo and as part of a bigger collection.
Our Avenue Dining Chair has been placed in several design projects for restaurants in Copenhagen. Here you can spot the chair in action at Aamanns Etablissement, Rudo at Illum and Kompasset.
At the Michelin Guide-recommended restaurant in Copenhagen Adam Aamann and his team serves Aamanns signature smørrebrød and classic Danish dishes for lunch with home-made schnapps and local organic beer.
In the evening you can taste dishes from the innovative yet forthcoming menus inspired by traditional Danish cuisine. Aamanns Etablissement is, according to themselves, a Danish bistro where quality products and taste are the main focus.
The menu varies according to the seasonal food provided by local suppliers.
Adam Aamann opened Aamanns Deli & Take Away in 2006, and three years later, in 2009, followed it up with the restaurant Aamanns Etablissement, which built on the success of Aamanns Deli & Take Away.
Rudo at Illum
Copenhageners like to say they're the most Mediterranean of the Scandinavians, so it was almost a given they'd take to the aperitivo hour, especially when Christian Puglisi and Kim Rossen are calling Carpano o'clock. The pair have opened Rudo, an all-day restaurant and lively vermouth bar, filling a yawning gap in what's known locally as Copenhagen K.
If you want to combine two Copenhagen classics – smørrebrød and Nyhavn – Restaurant Kompasset is the place to go. 150 meters southwest of Kongens Nytorv and 50 meters southeast of the Royal Playhouse you will find the restaurant Kompasset (“The Compass") – named after its location in Nyhavn, which used to house several manufacturers of compasses.
The main focus at Kompasset is smørrebrød – the Danish open sandwiches. And on the menu you will find 10 kinds of smørrebrød combined with craft beer from local breweries.
You find the restaurant on “the sunny side” of the iconic Nyhavn and close by the new bridge Inderhavnsbroen, crossing the harbour. The old building is beautifully restored with a sense of quality and aesthetics matching the food on the plate.