This is TAK!

TAK Stockholm

The location, in a rather inward-looking former 1970s office building, and on the two top floors endowed the space with opportunities to do much more. When it was decided to replace the surrounding walls with glass, the sense of confinement opened up like a breath of fresh air.

With the design for the Tak interior, Wingårdh Architects has worked to consummate the gastronomic ambitions of Frida Ronge. The Nordic furniture tradition provided a good foundation. We developed a series of new tables that were well suited to Jasper Morrison’s  Lightwood chair. We designed screens, ceilings, pleated booth collars, banquettes and bars – and none of it would have been possible without what we learned both here at home and in Japan. The building’s 1970s character also flavored the interior. The Structuralist fascination with systems and flexibility helped create the open/closed play of the room dividing screens and ceilings.

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