Interior Design Projects from Copenhagen is going to be today’s topic. After covering the top ids and top showrooms, it is now time to showcase the amazing interior design projects this city has to offer.
1.Vedbæk Villa by Anne-Mete Fill Home Decor
Beautiful architect-designed modern villa, which required international decor.
2.Cottage by Anne-Mete Fill Home Decor
The designer was asked to update an already beautiful cottage in Asserbo. The floors were painted white, new upholstery was chosen, furniture was moved and lights were set on walls.
3.Golden Mede Housing, Waddesdon by C.F. Møller Architects
The project’s design strategy is to create a central park, to bring the natural environment into the new housing district’s heart. Paths and lawns will invite other villagers to use the park. The open gardens and terraces in front of the houses clearly reflect a desire to create residential housing that is more open than traditional English homes with enclosed gardens.
4.Carlsberg City, Fristrup Hus by C.F. Møller Architects
The complex is situated out towards the Kammas Have park, and consists of the Fristrup Hus block and Tuxens Tårn, which is built around a lush courtyard environment. The development includes 181 apartments in the block and tower, along with commercial premises at the base of the tower.
5.Baron House by Carl Hansen
Comfortably located in the lush Swedish countryside atop the footprint of old farms, Baron House is a new construction built by British architect John Pawson boasting white interiors, light and organic furniture.
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6.Palau de Casavells by Carl Hansen
Set inside a complex of historic buildings near Girona, Spain, Palau de Casavells by Luis Sendino and Jacobo Valentí is an eclectic combination of vernacular architecture, unique art and Scandinavian touches.
7.Casa Primavera by Christina Arnoldi
This private residence situated north of Copenhagen balances a soft feminine expression with masculine details, incorporating both Scandinavian and Italian design. The 1920s villa has gained a modern touch with Christina Arnoldi’s 2017 interior remodel, where the light, open living space is framed by the use of delicate, inviting colours and light wooden floors throughout.
8.Casa Rosa by Christina Arnoldi
While staying true to its Sicilian roots, the renovations introduced a modern twist without adding unnecessary weight to the house. The several centuries old frescos adorning the ceilings were restored to resemble their original magnificence, and the hand-made inlaid tiles in the floors were kept as a nod to the building’s historic roots.
9.Ascot Hotel by Helle Flou
The lobby area at the Ascot Hotel Copenhagen has been totally renovated with a new reception desk, back-office space, lounge furniture and lighting. The building once housed an ancient public bath, and the preserved architectural details still play an important role in the new modern interior.
10.Keepers Copenhagen by Helle Flou
Keepers Copenhagen is a workplace interior design in central Copenhagen. A simple and soothing interior. Manifested by colours, textures and lighting.
11.Restaurant Design for PALÆO by Johannes Torpe
Inspired by the simplicity of the paleo diet and lifestyle Johannes Torpe created the interior design and layout and developed an optimised workflow behind the counter. Space was additionally designed as a scalable concept to ensure ease of expansion throughout locations of varying sizes.
12.The Buda Resort by Johannes Torpe
A derelict concrete construction lying dormant since the early 2000s and built on an old stone quarry is reimagined by Johannes Torpe Studios around its unique location into a luxury spa and wellness resort with 210-rooms.
13.Studio Apartments by Kristina Dam
This modern minimal interior design is typically Scandinavian and showcases that less is more.
14.Hotel 9 in Geneve by Kristina Dam
Hotel 9 in Geneve selected to use custom-made versions of the iconic Cube Table in their hotel room interior. Even though space is scarce in hotel rooms, one can clearly identify the beautiful marble plate on the side tables in the exclusive interior.
15.Vipp Loft by Studio David Thulsrup
Total renovation, remodelling and styling of an old loft, transforming a large open space into an intimate haven from the outside world. Rented out as one of the Vipp Hotels, the goal of the loft was to show how it feels to live with Vipp products.
16.Noma Restaurant by Studio David Thulstrup
For chef and co-owner René Redzepi, the most important consideration was to have a sense of place and for everything to feel handmade, the design drew on residential rather than hospitality with an emphasis on materials as the decoration. The overall mood is Scandinavian without any Nordic cliches, honest, simple and not over-designed.
17.Bolig Magasinet by Unikke Rum
This amazing apartment showcases the best of Scandinavian design with modern colours and textures.
18.Bo Bedre by Unikke Rum
Aesthetically appealing, this residence is just beautiful with an uncluttered reading corner perfect for concentration.
19.Sensory Apartment by Flos
This amazing apartment was developed in Verona, Italy with the aim of bringing out our senses in everything we see, smell or touch.
20.Hotel August by Flos
Hotel August is an amazing project in Antwerp, Belgium that kept the building’s façade and stained glass.
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