A view of central Copenhagen, where Michelin stars are raining down on a thriving restaurant scene just as residential prices are surging. The two trends are related, say the Danish capital’s chefs, architects and real estate developers.
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Designed by Maryann Thompson Architects, the compound consists of three structures, including a large central building with the kitchen, living room and dining area, shown here.
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The dining room of a San Francisco home. The back wall was treated with Trove wallpaper of an opera scene.
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In the den of a San Francisco home, a blue chair, floral pillow, built-in cabinetry and wooden wall treatments.
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Pastel-painted period houses in Clifton, a neighborhood of Brighton, England.
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A bocce court in a Santa Barbara County home. Benches at either end provide seats for players. The court is also lit to allow nighttime play.
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This home is filled with original historic details, including original fireplaces and an 1800s soapstone sink in what is now a dining room.
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This bespoke kitchen designed by Copenhagen’s Garde Hvalsøe incorporates natural oak.
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Mimi Thorisson’s home is located in the center of town, just off a well-known road that winds through vineyards in the region. The 11,840-square-foot house is a stately, L-shaped structure that cost around $620,000 when the Thorissons bought it in 2014.
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Mimi Thorisson grows some of the vegetables she uses in her cooking on her property. Here, tomatoes from her garden.
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