At Copenhagen's waterfront in Denmark, close to the royal palace Amalienborg and overlooking the opera, you will find the blue warehouse. The building, which dates back to 1783, has previously been used for storing everything from sugar, coffee to cereals.
In these historic surroundings the client wanted to renovate an apartment where only one thing was given: a desire for the long and beautiful floorboards of up to 19 meters from the Danish company Dinesen.
Beyond this, the architect Knud Kapper had virtually free hands to create a consistent layout and total renovation where furniture design, art and architecture came together forming a higher unity that unites the past with the present. A gesamtkunstwerk - as the Germans call it - where all parts work together and create a total experience.
The Kitchen and bathroom furniture sold by the Danish company Hansen Kitchen, the iconic grand oval dining table sold by the Danish company StudioMetropolis, and not least the custom tiles in the bathroom and the custom blue-colored walk-in closet, are all designed by the Danish architect and designer Knud Kapper from the Danish company StudioMetropolis.