Angulus is one of our latest projects. The exclusive boutique opened their doors to the public for the first time in May. The interior in oak, is crafted by our craftsmen at our workshop outside of Copenhagen. Angulus was recently featured in the trade magazine ‘SKO - shoes & more’. You can read the full article here (in Danish).
We’re proud to be mentioned in the Wallpaper* article about the making of the ‘New Noma’ including Architect Bjarke (BIG), David Thulstrup - Interior Design and many more.
We’ve been working in close collaboration with the team behind Noma as well as both David Thulstrup and BIG, to create a space that reflect Noma’s heritage as well as being a natural integration of the nature and surroundings.
At Malte Gormsen, we have created and built the interior including custom made furniture designed uniquely for Noma by David Thulstrup - Interior Design.
Malte Gormsen Ltd. is a cabinetmaker and interior joiner who combines Danish craftsmanship traditions with the latest technology, creating bespoke interiors and furniture for premium restaurants, retailers, hotels and the public sector across the world. The projects range from fully inhouse managed, to working with external architects such as Space Copenhagen (Noma, 108, Aiayu etc.), Dimore Studio (By Malene Birger) and Snøhetta (Restaurant Barr).
We are currently seeking a Student Assistant to join our Drawing studio in Herlev, Copenhagen. As a Student Assistant, you will get an insight into how a modern production company operates, develop your 3D-drawing skills and get a deep knowledge in wood, metal and stone. Your tasks will include:
- Moodboard layout
- 3D sketching and visualization
- Generate design layouts for client approval
Working hours will vary depending on the workload and will be agreed on a continual basis. We expect that you have have proficiency with Rhino and/or Solidworks and the Adobe Suite.
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A few weeks ago we had our photographer taking a few shots of recently opened, Restaurant Barr. The restaurant, which belongs to the Noma family, is designed by the Norwegian design house, Snøhetta. The interior and the furniture have been crafted by the cabinetmakers at our workshop in Herlev (except the round tables by Jonas Lyndby and the Finn Juhl chairs).
Make sure you notice the solid oak planks on the walls and in the gaps between the ceiling beams. It’s sourced solid Danish oak grown in protected, state owned forests north of Copenhagen, which have been shaped and carved in our five axis CNC machine.
You can view all the images HERE
We’ve just uploaded some images of one of our latest retail projects, Aiayu’s flagship store in Copenhagen, to our website. Aiayu is a high-quality, sustainable knitwear label based out of Denmark. Click here view the images.
We’re proud to be mentioned in the article about Snøhetta and Noma’s new offspring restaurant, Barr, featured in the latest issue of Wallpaper*.
At Malte Gormsen we’ve been working in close collaboration with the Norwegian architectural design house, Snøhetta, and the team behind the restaurant to establish the essence of Barr in the old maritime warehouse dating back to 1767. We are currently doing the final touches to the interior as well as the custom made furniture designed for the restaurant. Barr will open on Wednesday 5th of July
You can read the full article HERE.
Noma is an old returning client that we’ve had the pleasure to work with for several years. We managed to photograph the restaurant before they closed the doors permanently - have a look HERE for more info and images.
Noma will relocate to a new location in Copenhagen. During its time at Strandgade 93, Noma and head chef René Redzepi, received many prestigious awards, including 2 Michelin-stars and was awarded The Best Restaurant in the World four times by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
We are currently doing the final touches to the new Noma-related-restaurant, Barr, which is taking over the premises at Strandgade 93.
Fotografiska is an international meeting place, where everything revolves around photography. It is located in the heart of Stockholm, Sweden, and housed in a former industrial Art Nouveau style building dating back to 1906. Artists like Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle, Nick Brandt and Helena Blomqvist are only a few of leading photographers that have been exhibited here.
At Malte Gormsen we were responsible for the interior fitting of the restaurant area. We also crafted bespoke furniture at our workshop in Copenhagen, like the tables with brass edge and the sofas in the lounge area - designed by Space Copenhagen.
Click here to view more images of the project.
We would like to take the opportunity to congratulate our apprentice, Lukas Kristoffer Brorfelde (Herningsholm Erhvervsskole), who recently became Danish Champion in Cabinetmaking - machinery. Lukas is not only a brilliant craftsman but also a great colleague whom we enjoy to have as a part of our team. The full list of winners is available here.
We’re excited to yet again have our bespoke furniture featured in a leading interior magazine - this time it’s the September/October issue of prominent, Vogue Living. The story is about Space Copenhagen and its co-founder, Peter Bundgaard Rützou’s, beautiful apartment. You can read the full article here.
Restaurant 108 opened their doors to the public in late July and has already become one of 2016’s top headlines among foodies across the globe. The restaurant is an offspring of the four times The-Best-Restaurant-in-the-World-awarded, Noma, and has a prerequisite to become a Copenhagen classic. At Malte Gormsen we worked closely with architect studio, Space Copenhagen, to bring their design to life. Apart from creating the interior for the restaurant and the coffee-and-wine-bar, we also crafted the bespoke tables, benches and bar stools in solid oak at our workshop in Copenhagen. Click here to view more images.
We just uploaded a few images of Copenhagen’s old classic and internationally known seafood restaurant, Kødbyens Fiskebar, to our projects page. Since it’s opening the restaurant has been a favourite among international media such as The New York Times, Der Feinschmecker, Condé Nast Traveller, BBC only to mention a few. The restaurant, also know as Fiskebaren opened in 2009, but as you can tell from the images the interior is still going strong. Click here to view the image series.
There’s a new international restaurant in town (red. Copenhagen) serving dishes from various Asian cuisine. This is yet another project where we worked closely with the architect, OS&CO, to deliver an interior to a premium restaurant. View more images here.
Restaurant Lou Lou have now opened its doors to the public. It has the ambition to give you space to enjoy the company, the food and wine. At Malte Gormsen, we were responsible for the full creation of the interior fitting, everything from the custom made waiter stations cabinets to the mirror dividers and the cocktail bar. You can check out more images here.
Space Copenhagen is one of our great business partners. Their co-founder, Peter Bundgaard Rützou’s, beautiful apartment and some of our bespoke furniture are featured in RUM’s April issue. Make sure you get a copy.