The trusted partnership between noma and Dinesen dates back to 2012, when Dinesen delivered the wooden floors for the renovation of noma’s original space at Strandgade. The relationship has since evolved and Dinesen has been made partner of noma 2.0, working with architects Bjarke Ingels Group and interior architects Studio David Thulstrup to deliver a space that reflects noma’s values, philosophy, and vision for the future. Consistent with noma’s own values, Dinesen takes pride in working with the best of what nature has to offer, with each tree carefully selected based on high-quality criteria.
Imagined as an intimate garden village, the new restaurant comprises a collection of separate yet connected buildings – a total of eight huts, each tailored to their specific needs and built of the finest materials best suited for their functions. To create a diversity through the different buildings, noma chose a combination of Dinesen HeartOak, Dinesen Oak and Dinesen Douglas.
“We are incredibly proud of our relationship with Dinesen, one that began many years ago at the old noma and continues here in our new home. Their approach to the nature’s materials is amazing, and it really makes me happy to have their wood around us and our guests.”