Collection by Diana Budds

Modern Design and Architecture Across Denmark

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In our September Designers' At Home issue, we traveled to the Copenhagen residence of Kristina May Olsen and Morten Bo Jensen—a study in the contrasts of black and white, natural and refined materials, and new and old. To celebrate the great tradition of design in Denmark—the Scandinavian country that brought us the likes of Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl, and manufacturers Fritz Hansen and Muuto—we share architecture from the sovereign state.

Read our post on modern design and architecture across Spain here.

Niels and Jens hang out in the dining area. Like the wall behind it, the table was crafted from the felled trees.
The sea bath’s shape creates great acoustics, which local musicians frequently take advantage of by performing...
Every apartment has a terrace measuring around 1,000 square feet, with both private and semipublic spaces.
The 2005 VM apartment complex in the Ørestad district, designed by PLOT, takes its name from the shapes of the two...
Twin daughters Merle and Anine join their parents in the family’s kitchen, designed by Jensen for Vipp.
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