On the most iconic Parisian avenue Champs-Elysees, just down from Arc de Triomphe is La Maison du Danemark, The House of Denmark. The House of Denmark offers a unique possibility to showcase Danish capability and talent on the international scene present in Paris. Because of this, it was important to incorporate Danish design and trademarks into the interior designing of the two individual restaurants– Flora Danica and Copenhague. When the two restaurants of this prestigious house were set to be renovated, the Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi were ready to create spaces in perfect unison of Parisian extravagant aesthetics and Danish minimalism.
In both restaurants, you will find design furniture and lighting from characteristic and iconic Danish design brands such as GUBI, Louis Poulsen, Carl Hansen, Lightyears and Brdr. Petersen. A mix of classic and contemporary pieces. The name 'Flora Danica' originates from the classic dinnerware of the same name, one of the world’s most prestigious and luxurious porcelain collections. To this date, after 230 years of existence, Flora Danica is still an important piece of Danish history.