An institution in Norwegian fine dining, and winner of a brace of Michelin Stars, the Maaemo restaurant recently moved to a new location, enlisting the help of Radius Design for the architecture and interiors. And what a result… Dramatic angles, materials, lighting and details create a theatrical space in which to enjoy some of the best cuisine in Scandinavia. Fogia brings its Spisolini and Bollo chairs to the table.


The Sakhalin restaurant, designed by Geometry architects, sits at the top of the Azimut Hotel on the Smolenskaya Square in Moscow. The two-level space with a unique 360-degree circular layout offers stunning panoramic views of the city and is a white tablecloth restaurant. The interior of the place embodies the nature of Sakhalin – the most eastern island of Russia. The central wall is a symbol of Mount Lopatin, a cascading marble raw bar – an allusion to the Korsakov plateau. An open kitchen nestles in the center of the hall with its appearance creating the impression of the presence of rocks. The raw bar, with a glacier and aquarium, is the heart of the restaurant, where guests can select their seafood.


Designed by Radius Design, the Åpent restaurant in Olsons sure packs a punch. Colourful and packed with personality, its interior really draws a crowd. Raw materials and industrial flourishes contrast with bright accent colours and lighting, and a huge central table packed with Bollo’s creates the sort of social dining experience which will make you miss the bus home.

Futur Pension

A beautiful, functional interior designed by Whyte Lilja for Futur Pension, located in Stockholm. The architects came to Fogia with a view to incorporating a number of pieces in special finishes, colours and textiles. Poppy, Dini and Figurine are just a few of Fogia’s furniture that help bring this workplace to life.


Norwegian investment firm, Fred commissioned Radius Design to pull together its new office. A space full of warm materials like marble and with a stoney colour scheme, it’s a very inviting workplace. Bollo, Spisolini and Embrace find their way into social areas and meeting rooms.


IARK created a soft, tonal space for Netlife, a Norwegian design agency. The client needed a space that would enable collaboration between its employees and also welcome its clients old and new. Easy-on-the-eye warm, soft colours flow through its spaces and with a wealth of Fogia’s classics specced throughout work spaces, meeting points and creative zones, Netlife can be sure its sitting comfortably.

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