The second one walks through the narrow door to the large flat, the effect is palpable. The city noise is gone, and one is welcomed by the pleasant smell of wood. This is a haven of calm. And inspiration. The flat is richly decorated with modern art, exclusive furniture and, not least, bespoke solutions in wood.
After serving as a private home for a number of years, the large flat in the heart of Copenhagen is now a Dinesen Home, which captures the essence of the family-run company: the passion for wood, architecture and design, the high level of quality, close client relationships and the desire to provide a source of inspiration.
Attention has been paid to every single detail in the redesign of Dinesen Home. The indirect light, which is a signature feature for the designer, creates an evocative setting for the many elements to be explored. The books on architecture, art and photography in the small office. The plank table, which has been dyed with Linseed Oil in the colour note Paris Blue, as an homage to another inspiring metropolis. World-class glass and photographic art. Wild flowers and grass.
To embrace both the past and the future, the flat is furnished with customised classics as well as modern Danish and international furniture. The mood is Nordic and light but with international substance and appeal.