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I´ve already been talking a bit about this place, the beautiful old 16th century building downtown Oslo who is carefully restored and now finally is open for the public to visit as Restaurant Mangelsgården. I visited again Friday to have a chat with the designers of the restaurant interior – Jannicke Kråkvik and Alessandro
D´Orazio. As soon as the last pieces of furniture is delivered I´ll share the whole story – with photos of the place with you. In the meantime, if you walk by the yellow brick wall in Storgata 36H – behind its a hidden gem. The restaurant has already been open for a month, and the rumor about the smell of melted cheese from the raquelett that meets you once you are inside the historical building is buzzing around.

Leather covered table top from Frama with all its stains – and stories it will tell in the future.

New Bondi chair from Please Wait to be Seated in the beautifully restored 16th century interior.

photography © Elisabeth Heier



  • Abi | These Four Walls blog

    19. November, 2018at15:49 Reply

    It looks and sounds wonderful! And what beautiful photography

    • Elisabeth // elisabethheier.no

      Elisabeth // elisabethheier.no

      19. November, 2018at22:06 Reply

      Thank you Abi! Indeed its a wonderful place :)

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