Spacon & X adds kombucha brewery to 1930s functionalist building in Copenhagen

Danish studio Spacon & X preserved “different layers of unique history” when designing the Folk Kombucha brewery, which is set within a listed building in Copenhagen‘s Meatpacking District.

The factory belongs to fermented-tea brand Folk Kombucha and features a production area for kombucha brewing overlooked by a mezzanine level used for workshops and other social events.

Spacon & X designed a brewery for Folk Kombucha in Copenhagen

Local firm Spacon & X aimed to balance the history of the 1930s functionalist building with its contemporary needs when designing the interior, which is led by cobalt blue, orange and pink accents.

“The buildings in the Meatpacking District are from the 1930s and have a

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