In the picturesque landscape of Mammertsberg, Switzerland, a classic Swiss Villa, built in 1911 with sweeping views of Lake Constance, Bodensee, Vorarlberg, and the Appenzell Alps, has been transformed into a culinary haven by Space Copenhagen.
Dedication to detail and craftsmanship
The furniture for Mammertsberg’s fine dining restaurant, reflecting the same dedication to detail and craftsmanship, was expertly crafted by Malte Gormsen. At his workshop in Copenhagen, Malte Gormsen created bespoke dining tables in solid oak and dining sofas upholstered in NUANCE Burned Grey leather. A collection developed in collaboration with Space Copenhagen. This selection of leather is a testament to its exceptional qualities. As a protected leather collection, NUANCE is not only durable, withstanding daily wear and tear, but also a tactile delight to the touch.
Juxtaposing the past and future
Space Copenhagen, known for their exceptional interior design expertise, undertook the challenge of revitalizing the historic chalet architecture of the building while juxtaposing the past and future within the interiors. With its classical proportions, high ceilings, generous openings, and paneled walls, they set out to create a warm and embracing restaurant space. The design adaptation also included working around restrictions imposed by the building’s historic status and incorporating existing features such as a monumental spiral staircase designed by Architect Tilla Theus, which connects the ground-floor restaurant to the first-floor bar and lounge.
Location: Mammertsberg, Switzerland
Design: Space Copenhagen
Bespoke furniture: Malte Gormsen
Leather selection: NUANCE collection
Photography: Joachim Wichmann
Visit other projects featuring our NUANCE leather:
– Restaurant Goldfinch in Copenhagen
– Planetarium in Copenhagen
– Restaurant Esmée in Copenhagen
– Audo House in Copenhagen
– Waterfront House in Copenhagen