Noma, the influential Copenhagen restaurant at the forefront of the New Nordic movement is to auction off some of its old furniture, fixtures and fittings ahead of its reopening at a new site in early 2018.
The auction, which will take place at Wright auction house in Chicago on 2 November, features lots including tables and chairs, ceramics and even the reception counter, from designers such as Space Copenhagen, Aage and Kasper Würtz, and Nina Nørgaard, all with a strong Nordic aesthetic. If you ever visited the old site on Copenhagen’s waterfront you’re sure to recognise and have probably sat on/eaten/drunk from some of these.
Though many of the estimates runs into the thousands of Dollars, with the table from the private dining room priced at $20,000 – $30,000, there are plenty of smaller objects in the hundreds territory, including glassware, ceramics and taxidermy. These are all estimates mind, so who knows what will happen on the day.
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