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The stunning Restaurant Relae in Copenhagen #danishfood http://restaurant-relae.dk/ © Per-Anders Jörgensen

The stunning Restaurant Relae in Copenhagen #danishfood http://restaurant-relae.dk/ © Per-Anders Jörgensen

Hokkaido pumpkin sea buckthorn and fresh hazelnuts by @chrifrapug of Relæ Copenhagen. Recipe in Volume 2: Denmark (link in profile). by ambrosiamagazine

Hokkaido pumpkin sea buckthorn and fresh hazelnuts by @chrifrapug of Relæ Copenhagen. Recipe in Volume 2: Denmark (link in profile). by ambrosiamagazine

Restaurant - Relæ, http://www.restaurant-relae.dk/en

Restaurant - Relæ, http://www.restaurant-relae.dk/en

relæ relae copenhagen goat cheese parsley

relæ relae copenhagen goat cheese parsley

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a flattened sphere of matte white porcelain that opens to reveal a glossy, ivory-hued cache for treasures or treats—or towels. Also available in matte white.

Matte Black Giant Flat Lidded Container

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a flattened sphere of matte white porcelain that opens to reveal a glossy, ivory-hued cache for treasures or treats—or towels. Also available in matte white.

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a bisected sphere of glossy black porcelain that opens to reveal a cream-hued cache for treasures or treats.

Shiny Black Giant Spherical Lidded Container

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a bisected sphere of glossy black porcelain that opens to reveal a cream-hued cache for treasures or treats.

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a flattened sphere of matte white porcelain that opens to reveal a glossy, ivory-hued cache for treasures or treats—or towels. Also available in matte white.

Matte Black Giant Flat Lidded Container

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a flattened sphere of matte white porcelain that opens to reveal a glossy, ivory-hued cache for treasures or treats—or towels. Also available in matte white.

Restaurant Relæ //Copenhagen

Restaurant Relæ //Copenhagen

In the mid-1990s, Nobu and its exotic fusion of flavours was the height of gastronomy. Eating local, seasonal foods was still an ideal with seemingly little ambition, foraging went hand in hand with meditation and moon cups, and fermentation was the re...

The plate shift: front-line food trends of the past 20 years

In the mid-1990s, Nobu and its exotic fusion of flavours was the height of gastronomy. Eating local, seasonal foods was still an ideal with seemingly little ambition, foraging went hand in hand with meditation and moon cups, and fermentation was the re...

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