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Kadeau

Behind a blue door in Copenhagen waits not only a culinary experience that serves the nature of the Danish island of Bornholm up on a plate. The restaurant Kadeau also boasts an interior with a passion for natural materials, excellent craftsmanship and seductive features.

Commercial — Copenhagen
OeO Studio — Photo: Yuta Sawamura

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Douglas GrandPattern, herringbone
Thickness 28 mm. Width 300 mm. Length 1,2 m 
Finish Antracite Grey Oil

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The restaurant has a modest exterior. A discreet sign is the only thing to indicate that we have reached our destination. When the blue door opens, we enter a dimly lit hallway decorated with copper engravings and a few designer lamps. At the end of this passage, we find a world of tantalizing smells, passion and warmth.

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To the right is a small, exquisite lounge. To the left, a shelving system with pickled and fermented ingredients from the island of Bornholm and close by, the open kitchen and the restaurant itself, which is a welcoming blend of living room and dining room. The restaurant only seats 24 diners, because visiting Nicolai Nørregaard and Rasmus Kofoed’s place should feel like visiting the home of a good friend. That was the brief that was handed to the design agency OeO Studio, which decorated the restaurant with a clear grasp of the gastronomic vision.

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The chef and the sommelier grew up together on Bornholm, where they opened the first edition of Kadeau Restaurant in 2007. Since then, a third partner, Magnus Høegh Kofoed, has joined the project, the restaurant has earned a Michelin star, and the three entrepreneurs now also run a bistro and a cider mill where they explore new possibilities.

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OeO Studio created the setting in close cooperation with Nicolai, Rasmus and Magnus. Like the food, most of the decor was made from scratch or given a twist. The kitchen was custom-made by cabinetmakers at Garde Hvalsøe in Dinesen Oak. The Gubi sofas have been fitted with longer legs to provide a seating height that matches the tables. The GrandPattern floor of Dinesen Douglas planks has larger dimensions than a normal herringbone floor and is stained in a dark tone that matches the warm and intimate ambience.

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