Barr means barley in Old Norse and it’s the name of a new restaurant located in a listed maritime warehouse along Copenhagen’s waterfront, previously home to Michelin star restaurant Noma, voted the Best Restaurant in the World. At Restaurant BARR, the interior architects at Snøhetta used microscopic studies of Nordic food and beer as the driving force for their design of the cosy interior, focusing on raw materials such as leather, wood and wool. For the seating throughout, they chose Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl – crafted with Sorensen Leather. www.restaurantbarr.com

Restaurant BARR exterior shot

Inside Restaurant BARR. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather. Source Dezeen. Photo Line Klein

Inside Restaurant BARR. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather. Source Dezeen. Photo Line Klein

Inside Restaurant BARR. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather

Inside Restaurant BARR conceived by Thorsten Schmidt, René Redzepi and architect firm Snøhetta. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather

Inside Restaurant BARR. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather

Inside Restaurant BARR, close-up of Finn Juhl’s 108 Chair from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather

Inside Restaurant BARR conceived by Thorsten Schmidt, René Redzepi and architect firm Snøhetta. Finn Juhl’s 108 Chairs from House of Finn Juhl crafted with Sorensen Leather

Restaurant BARR exterior shot. Photo Line Klein