The APARTMENT Concept Showroom in Copenhagen

Thursday last week saw the opening of the Apartment in the heart of Copenhagen. The space is a concept showroom exhibiting modern design mixed with antiques as well as contemporary art showcased in the elegant setting of an apartment in the canal area Christianshavn and is handsomely restored by founders Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornhaver. The Apartment is both a shop as well a space of inspiration and a showcase of the interior and art consulting service that the company provides. Key features are the gold leaf clad kitchen and the architectural steel structures dividing the kitchen and dining area.

Founders Tina & Pernille explain, “The Apartment is a new universe of design objects, furniture, antiques and art. Innovative modern design meets the unparallelled craft of traditional furniture making. We have created a place where the work of designers and artists encounter each other in inspirational new ways, a place where pieces from around the world are exhibited with passion and respect.”

The concept and pieces are edited with an international point of view, exhibiting world recognised designers such as Michael Anastassiades, McCollin Bryan, Martha Harmitage and Larusi rugs alongside handpicked antique furniture and art.

“We hope that The Apartment will become more interesting as time passes. That we establish a place for beautiful design and art that surprises each and every visitor – somewhere people come back to again and again for inspiration for exciting design.”

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