Stockholm’s most happening neighbourhood is currently Kniv-Söder (’kniv’ as in ’knife’, named for its violent past), recently nicknamed Fork and Knife Söder due to it’s many new restaurants, bars and cafés. The area’s latest edition is the family-run restaurant complex Hornhuset, set in a trapezium-shaped structure built by local firm Wester+Elsner from lego-like blocks with the gaps filled by large, slanting windowpanes. The three-storey structure accommodates two restaurants, a large bar and French rotisserie. Hornhuset’s ’krog’ cuisine is centred around seasonal vegetables prepared in a Mediterranean fashion. Design outfit Koncept Stockholm has designed the interiors, allowing each floor to reflect an individual style according to vibe and price point.

Photographer: Linus Flodin