Norm Architects creates inside-out greenhouse restaurant in a Swedish meadow

Danish studio Norm Architects has completed Äng, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Sweden that features a glasshouse entrance and a subterranean wine cellar.

The restaurant is located in the middle of a meadow in Ästad Vingård – one of Sweden’s largest vineyards.

Norm Architects has added the Äng restaurant to a Swedish vineyard

The main component of the restaurant is a minimal glass building supported by a steel structure. Its design resembles an inside-out greenhouse, with the steel structure on the inside and a smooth exterior that reflects its meadow surroundings.

Accessed via a stone pathway that winds through the grasses and crops, guests enter Äng through a glass door, where

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