It is with great pride that we share news of our latest home at the world's most renowned restaurant, NOMA.


Artcoustic was selected alongside some of the design world’s leading players, and  were chosen for their Scandinavian craftsmanship, customisable design and high-quality sound performance. The collective of distinguished brands includes Danish Architecture firm, BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), Interior Design Studio, David Thulstrup and flooring specialists, Dinesen.


Having packed up just over a year ago and left to create their yearly pop-up edition in Mexico, René Redzepi and the Noma team have returned to a brand-new site in Copenhagen.

The main architectural structure, designed by leading global architecture firm, BIG, is made up of seven buildings creating a small village, each area built from a unique material to complement its specific function.


Highly acclaimed interior designer, David Thulstrup, was brought in to add a homely/cool vibe to the interior space, whilst still reflecting NOMA's heritage. The main areas are separated into a lounge/bar area, where Artcoustic speakers are featured, and a dining area with space for up to 40 diners. The kitchen is completely open plan, to enhance the atmosphere and allowing the customers to see their food being prepared, creating a more intimate, homely environment. Artcoustic’s customisable design options allowed the team at David Thulstrup complete design freedom when specifying the speaker colour to match the interior space.



Two of the 40-30 SL 6-3 models feature in the lounge/bar area of the new space, closing the circle of senses and providing a one-of-a-kind ambience.

The 40-30 is an entry to mid level configuration of our high sound pressure level SL Series. It works perfectly for home audio/surround sound systems and commercial installations, where the design and flexible customisation is paramount.