Nogata Station Street — Nogata; Fukuoka Pref., Japan; Photographer: Shinji Aratani
Nogata Station Street — Nogata; Fukuoka Pref., Japan; Photographer: Shinji Aratani
Cocks & Cows in Copenhagen, Denmark; Architect: Interior: Nord Gruppen; Photographer: Lisbett Wedendahl
Cocks & Cows in Copenhagen, Denmark; Architect: Interior: Nord Gruppen; Photographer: Lisbett Wedendahl
Sydhavnen in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Nicolai Mørk
Sydhavnen in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Nicolai Mørk
Restaurant Madsen in London, United Kingdom; Photographer: Philip Vile
Restaurant Madsen in London, United Kingdom; Photographer: Philip Vile
Ryogoku Station Street (East Japan Railway Company) in Tokyo, Japan; Architect: Kitayama & Company (design director); Photographer: Shinji Aratani
Ryogoku Station Street (East Japan Railway Company) in Tokyo, Japan; Architect: Kitayama & Company (design director); Photographer: Shinji Aratani
KIA Motors America complex — Irvine, California; Architect: Skidmore Owens Merrill Lighting Designer: Patrick B. Quigley & Associates; Photographer: Kenneth Naversen
KIA Motors America complex — Irvine, California; Architect: Skidmore Owens Merrill Lighting Designer: Patrick B. Quigley & Associates; Photographer: Kenneth Naversen
Enomania in Copenhagen, Denmark; Architect: Ole Drachmann; Photographer: Kaslov Studio
Enomania in Copenhagen, Denmark; Architect: Ole Drachmann; Photographer: Kaslov Studio
Photo by Matthew Millman Photography
Photo by Matthew Millman Photography
At the shop, Poul Henningsen’s PH 5 lamp for Louis Poulsen hangs over the Sandra table by Thomas Sandell for Asplund and Scandia chairs by Hans Brattrud for Fjordfiesta (top left).
At the shop, Poul Henningsen’s PH 5 lamp for Louis Poulsen hangs over the Sandra table by Thomas Sandell for Asplund and Scandia chairs by Hans Brattrud for Fjordfiesta (top left).
Intended for a much bigger room in the family’s previous home, the bed was designed by Hill and is covered in Maharam fabric in a doily print called Intricate 001 Charcoal. The side tables 

are from West Elm, and the AJ table lamp is by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.
Intended for a much bigger room in the family’s previous home, the bed was designed by Hill and is covered in Maharam fabric in a doily print called Intricate 001 Charcoal. The side tables are from West Elm, and the AJ table lamp is by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.
Louis Poulsen's PH Artichoke Lamp hangs above a platform decked out with Quistgaard candlesticks and an ice bucket, Aalto stools, and a wine rack by Nissen Langaa Denmark. The pink stool by Marie-Louise Hellgren is made from upcycled textile waste from airbag production.
Louis Poulsen's PH Artichoke Lamp hangs above a platform decked out with Quistgaard candlesticks and an ice bucket, Aalto stools, and a wine rack by Nissen Langaa Denmark. The pink stool by Marie-Louise Hellgren is made from upcycled textile waste from airbag production.
The bed and bench are from Desiron; the wall sconces are by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen. The operable windows and doors throughout are by Bayerwald.
The bed and bench are from Desiron; the wall sconces are by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen. The operable windows and doors throughout are by Bayerwald.
"The ceiling moldings were kept to create a sense of intimacy, and to blend the home’s classical style with the modern look of the kitchen," architect Maxime Moreau says. A PH Snowball light pendant by Louis Poulsen illuminates the living room, and a gas fireplace by Foyer Universel keeps it warm, with a mirror above the fireplace allowing light to bounce around the space.
"The ceiling moldings were kept to create a sense of intimacy, and to blend the home’s classical style with the modern look of the kitchen," architect Maxime Moreau says. A PH Snowball light pendant by Louis Poulsen illuminates the living room, and a gas fireplace by Foyer Universel keeps it warm, with a mirror above the fireplace allowing light to bounce around the space.
Multiple skylights, including one over the kitchen, bring sunshine into the home while keeping it private from surrounding neighbors. Pendant lights by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen, hanging over a dining table by ercol furniture, provides additional illumination. “The kitchen-dining-living room is cozy, but it is large enough to entertain 12 people,” Thomson says. The green chair is a prototype from Barber Osgerby and the rug is by Kate Blee.
Multiple skylights, including one over the kitchen, bring sunshine into the home while keeping it private from surrounding neighbors. Pendant lights by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen, hanging over a dining table by ercol furniture, provides additional illumination. “The kitchen-dining-living room is cozy, but it is large enough to entertain 12 people,” Thomson says. The green chair is a prototype from Barber Osgerby and the rug is by Kate Blee.
Sophie sits at the Nava dining table in the kitchen, which is flanked by Gubi chairs and illuminated by the Aeros light by Ross Lovegrove for Louis Poulsen.
Sophie sits at the Nava dining table in the kitchen, which is flanked by Gubi chairs and illuminated by the Aeros light by Ross Lovegrove for Louis Poulsen.
The open-plan living-kitchen-dining area is a repository of design icons, both classic and contemporary. There’s a Louis Poulsen pendant lamp over the Eero Saarinen dining table; Mirror Ball pendants by Tom Dixon over the kitchen counter; and Tab F1 floor lamps from Flos behind the Edward Wormley–designed Dunbar sofa. In the living room, chairs modeled on Jens Risom’s swivel design enable people to face either the sofa or to spin 180 degrees toward the kitchen.
The open-plan living-kitchen-dining area is a repository of design icons, both classic and contemporary. There’s a Louis Poulsen pendant lamp over the Eero Saarinen dining table; Mirror Ball pendants by Tom Dixon over the kitchen counter; and Tab F1 floor lamps from Flos behind the Edward Wormley–designed Dunbar sofa. In the living room, chairs modeled on Jens Risom’s swivel design enable people to face either the sofa or to spin 180 degrees toward the kitchen.
Private Residence in Tokyo, Japan; Architect: Atelier Kazuki Wakahara; Photographer: Kai Nakamura
Private Residence in Tokyo, Japan; Architect: Atelier Kazuki Wakahara; Photographer: Kai Nakamura
Penthouse in Soho, New York; Architect: Shelton, Mindel & Associates; Photographer: Michael Moran Photography, Inc.
Penthouse in Soho, New York; Architect: Shelton, Mindel & Associates; Photographer: Michael Moran Photography, Inc.
Private Residence in Tokyo, Japan; Lighting Designer: Shoichi Uchiyama; Photographer: Shinji Aratani
Private Residence in Tokyo, Japan; Lighting Designer: Shoichi Uchiyama; Photographer: Shinji Aratani
Sommerhus Liseleje in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
Sommerhus Liseleje in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
Korsgade Lejlighed in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
Korsgade Lejlighed in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
PantonHouse — Hamburg, Germany; Photographer: Paul Kozlowski
PantonHouse — Hamburg, Germany; Photographer: Paul Kozlowski
Private Residence, Natural Wedge — Tokyo, Japan; Architect: EDH Endoh Design House; Photographer: Tesuo Ishii / SS Tokyo
Private Residence, Natural Wedge — Tokyo, Japan; Architect: EDH Endoh Design House; Photographer: Tesuo Ishii / SS Tokyo
Overlooking Aarhus in Aarhus, Denmark; Photographer: Erik Zappon
Overlooking Aarhus in Aarhus, Denmark; Photographer: Erik Zappon
Bjerget in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
Bjerget in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Jesper Ray
CPH Square featuring the Aeros Pendant in Copenhagen, Denmark;  Photographer: Kaslov Studio
CPH Square featuring the Aeros Pendant in Copenhagen, Denmark; Photographer: Kaslov Studio