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Cobo House and BoConcept create designer dining room

Danish retailer BoConcept has partnered with Hong Kong restaurant Cobo House to create a dining room featuring its furniture.

Located at South Lane in the Western District, Cobo House promotes Bohemian food culture with a view to serving customers with a variety of gourmet dishes “and special artistic encounters”. From September 8 to October 31, it will work with artist and founder of Production Q, Queenie Rosita Law, to furnish a room, serving Danish food and cocktails inspired by the country. It is all part of a broader plan by the restaurant to offer a platform for designers and artists to showcase their talents.

Smørrebrød - Low-res

The two-month long pop-up will be furnished with BoConcept’s popular furniture and an art piece designed by Queenie Rosita Law.

Signature pieces of BoConcept furniture were selected from the brand and global best sellers, including Imola and the Adelaide chairs, the Nice sofa and the Milano table.

“Diners at Cobo House can personally experience a living space that is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable, and their dining experience can be further enhanced with a relaxing and modern home setting,” said a spokesperson for the eatery.

Highlighting the Danish connection, Cobo House will add two Danish snacks to its menu: Smørrebrød (herring fillet with spinach sandwich) and Æble Kanelstang (apple cinnamon Danish).

During the collaboration, customers can experience a dine-in meal, coffee break, happy hour or afternoon meeting in a dining room furnished with BoConcept’s pieces.

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