Danish-German designer Gesa Hansen released an Alexander Girard–inspired sideboard in 2013 for the Hansen Family line.
The headboard in Hansen’s bedroom echoes the 2013 side-board. The wallpaper is from Arte.
The drawer fronts of the sideboard from the Remix collection were modeled after Scandinavian sailboats.
In the living room, Hansen’s convertible Night couch and coffee table join a Black Marble rug by Suki Cheema and Slovenian Bear from Charles Fréger’s Wilder Mann series.
Paired with Eames side chairs, her dining table includes two cases “to either hide or show things,” she says.
A Two Spheres ceiling lamp from Atelier Areti hangs above the Hansen’s dining table, which includes an inset—one side is wood, the other stone.
The designer frequently travels to her workshop in Germany, where she collaborates with her team.
From the Remix line, an extendable oak desk based on the classic Davenport silhouette is updated with the addition of four colorful compartments.
Among Hansen’s treasured objects are a sign bearing her daughter, Lou’s, name and a Milia Seyppel vase.
The Japanese-inspired tea bench is a new design.
This simple desk organizer is carved out of solid oak.
Sets of these oak coffee tables are made out of the same piece of wood, so the grain continues from one table to another.
This wooden trunk may be nondescript on the outside, but inside it can hold a complete home bar.
Hansen in the kitchen of her apartment in Paris.