Alchemist, the restaurant where dinner becomes a show

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3 October 2019

Studio Duncalf has designed the Alchemist restaurant, which surprises diners with a dome on which evocative images are projected.

If it doesn’t take first place, Copenhagen’s Alchemist is definitely one of the top ten most beautiful restaurants in the world. Designed by interior designers at Studio Duncalf, the Alchemist is not just a place to eat on a Saturday night, but a place that offers a real dining and living experience. Just know that dinner consists of 50 courses and lasts 6 hours. 

From the outside, a building that once housed a nautical laboratory welcomes diners, while as soon as they enter through the mighty bronze door, they will find themselves in a corridor decorated with works by different artists, creating a colorful and engaging place. 

Once past this gallery, you will find yourself in the central and most spectacular area of the Alchemist, the room covered by a dome of 18 meters in diameter on which are projected images that create a calm and intimate atmosphere, like a starry sky or jellyfish swimming in the sea.

Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al

On one side of the room, there is an open kitchen, which allows customers sitting at the table to admire the chefs at work. While an entire side of the other 3-storey restaurant is completely covered by a glass cellar, which connects the three levels of the structure. 

The gastronomic experience does not end here, because above the dome has been created a bar area. 

Discover the beauty of Alchemist in our gallery and in the video below. 

Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al
Alchemist Studio Duncalf | Collater.al

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