‘The colour is on the plate, we don’t want the eye to be distracted from the main event: Jean-François Piège’s authentic cooking that has been created specially for this simple, almost family-style place’, says Charlotte Biltgen, the young French architect who has designed Maestro Piège’s latest spot. Nothing, from the objects on the tables to the art on the walls is here left to chance. The globes on the Radiohuset lamps are by the Danish architect Vilhem Lauritzen, the parquet is from the floors of old railway wagons before being transported here and reconditioned for use on another type of journey, this one gastronomic.
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