Frederik has live in the apartment for 12 years and has decorated the home with a combination of antiques and modern furniture and this created a unique look together with the nature materials like wood and leather. Frederik thinks it is important to have a home that is relaxed and with clean lines.
A house with growing pains
After having owned the house for a couple of years the owners wanted to add more space to the house. The original old house is a brick house with tiled roof. As often is the connecting building between the old and the new that is causing the architect greatest problems. But here Rikke Oeberg choose to make a transparent corridor for furniture with flat roof and large glass facades, so you can now look through the house from south to north.
The house used to be offices and when the family moved in together with other families it was all renovated so it is difficult to see the original room division but it now is perfect surroundings for a family. It has 5 meters to the ceiling in the living room. The decoration is a mix of 50ies furniture and lamps, a bit of antiques and home made furniture all in combination with red and orange.
Apartment in Copenhagen, Denmark
Graffiti in the living room
A beautiful black panther painted on the wall is the first thing you see when you walk in to Christina and Frederiks apartment. "I just felt like painting on the walls at home too," says Frederik. You will see graffiti and art on the walls many places in the apartment some are painted directly on the wall and some are on frames. It is an open kitchen and a high table separates the rooms. Elements made of larch wood are beautiful combination to the exposed beams and give the room character. The kitchen is built in the Swedish cottage style and brings warmth to the otherwise very modern style.