“Copenhagen” is an apartment designed by architect Emil Dervish and located in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The 66-square meters family home is a bright and airy minimalist space characterized by natural tones and materials.
The open floor plan allows natural light to spread throughout the space and provides a more open and welcoming environment for guests. Built-ins wardrobes are used as partitions and for additional storage space.
Herringbone floors are laid out throughout the home while small square tiles cover the floors and walls of the bathroom.
The minimal space was furnished with products from Nordic brands such as Gubi, Menu and Fredericia and with iconic pieces such as the wall lamp by Bernard-Albin Gras (DWC éditions), the Jean Prouvé’s Standard chair by (Vitra), the Eero Sarineen’s table (Knoll) or the small table Tabouret designed by Charlotte Perriand (Cassina).
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