OEO Studio uses materials in a “playful way” for Designmuseum Denmark cafe and shop

Copenhagen-based OEO Studio has created a cafe and shop interior for Denmark’s Designmuseum using stone, steel and wood to honour architect Kaare Klint’s original design.

OEO Studio worked with materials and colours that reference Klint’s design from the 1920s and added details such as custom-built cabinets to the shop and a “monolithic” steel serving counter to the cafe.

OEO Studio created the interiors for the Designmuseum cafe, above, and museum shop, top image

The interior design was part of a major two-year renovation of the Designmuseum, which showcases Danish design. It is located in a building from the 18th century that was renovated and adapted into a museum by Klint

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