Danish studio ‘Norm Architects‘ has just completed Äng, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the middle of a meadow in Ästad Vingård, one of Sweden’s largest vineyards. Äng features a glasshouse entrance and a subterranean wine cellar. The main component of the restaurant is a minimal glass building supported by a steel structure and designed to give diners the feeling that they are sitting in the middle of the field: the entrance then takes guests past an open kitchen with a stone counter and bespoke artworks of organic forms. The interiors are furnished with oak furniture by Japanese brand ‘Karimoku‘, and wood and stone sculptures made by Norwegian artist Anders Pfeffer Gjengedal. Read more on Dezeen