Planning a trip to Oslo? Make sure to stop by Happolati restaurant on St. Olavs plass.
Both the menu and the interior were inspired by Japan, with a Scandinavian twist. Design studio Anderssen & Voll had the task to create the look of the place and to design some of the furniture. The result is a lovely mix of refined details reminiscent of Asia.
The paper lamps by Jaime Hayon for &Tradition are a perfect fit for the concept, don’t you agree?
The plywood elements on the wall add an interesting artistic touch to the restaurant.
We also like that the design team preserved the original features of the place, like the beautiful ornamental mouldings. The contrast with the contemporary interior and furnishings is lovely.
St. Olavs plass 2.
Photos: Elisabeth Heier -Thanks for the tip!