Truly Scandinavian in style, beauty and craftsmanship Menu's New Norm dinnerware collection is inspired by Nordic nature. The dramatic cloudy skies, the tone of the surrounding seas as well the cool summer evenings are interpreted in the colour palette of the collection.
Menu's New Norm dinnerware collection is a product of collaborations among Menu, design team Norm Architects and the Copenhagen-based restaurant Höst. With a clean, simple and pure design so characteristic of the Nordic style, and with a choice of muted Scandinavian colours the collection just feels good on any tablescape.
Do not save these for special occasions! They are made to withstand restaurant use. New Norm Dinnerware is isostatically pressed to produce restaurant-level quality and reliability. The flexible colours and materials allow you to go classic white and crisp, rough and rustic, or colourful and casual on a whim.
The well renowned Copenhagen restaurant Höst acts as a playground and test area for the New Norm dinnerware series. The collection has thus constantly evolved and grown, covering the needs of restaurants and private households.
Good to Know:
Höst has already won three international design awards, including the award for the World’s Best-Designed Restaurant at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards! Ok, by the way, they also have an amazing menu. So if you are ever in Copenhagen, Höst is a must do.
"Restaurant Höst expresses everything that could be categorized as “Nordic”, and is the exquisite result of clashes: romantic yet modern, urban yet rural and rustic yet simplistic. It holds a very special place in people’s hearts because of its multiple stories, mixed inspirations and materials."
Read and see more about Höst here. You will be inspired!
The starter set includes 4 of each of the following:
DESIGNERS: Norm Architects
MATERIALS: hand-painted porcelain
GOOD TO KNOW: colour variations may occur due to the hand-crafted nature of the dishes. Microwave and dishwasher safe
SHIPPING: Dispatched from the U.S. usually within 1-4 days