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nomanomanoma.jpgNoma, chef René Redzepi's award-winning dining room in Copenhagen, attracts so many tourists that the restaurant was forced to devise a way to keep passers-by from peering into the windows, reports The Guardian. Their solution? A garden. "René Redzepi was not interested in putting up a red rope in front of the restaurant," says designer Thomas Kock. "He [wanted to] create a buffer zone around the restaurant, which gave visitors the experience of Noma and in this way included them." [Guardian][Photo: pazca / Flickr ]

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