Get their look: Monochrome open-plan living space

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This monochrome open-plan living space belongs to textile designer and Rosendahl Design Group Creative Director, David Andersen‘s Copenhagen home.

Wonderful light enters the space from all directions – the kitchen area being particularly blessed, which is ideal for food preparation and cooking tasks.

It’s a very pared back, masculine interior – no unnecessary fuss in evidence here. The interior décor has a  strong design-led feel with some real Scandi classics in evidence. It’s striking, yet very functional.

  1. PH ‘Snowball’ pendant lamp by Louis Poulsen
  2. Set of 2 Kay Bojesen Lovebirds
  3. Verner Panton ‘Panthella’ floor lamp
  4. CH24 Wishbone Chair black beech & black paper cord seat
  5. ‘About a stool’ bar stool by Hay
  6. Kubus 8 Candleholder by Lassen
  7. Fredericia No1 3-seater sofa designed by Børge Mogensen

Have a look at some of the other interiors (and exteriors) that we’ve featured in our Get their look series.

Get their look: Monochrome open-plan living space | H is for Home

Tuesday Huesday: Kolonihavehus

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Tom Fruin's Kolonihavehus in CopenhagenKolonihavehus, 2010 | steel, found Plexiglas, paint | 12′ x 12′ x 14′

We can’t get enough of neon brights for our Tuesday Huesday blog posts at the moment – it must be a subconscious antidote to the grey, wet weather we’ve been having!

When I came across Kolonihavehus (Danish for allotment) by Tom Fruin it just blew me away – there just aren’t enough superlatives to describe it! I’d have loved a visit to Copenhagen to see the installation in the flesh (or should that be “in the glass”?)

Go to his website to see more of his sculptural artwork – his Brooklyn watertower is breathtaking! It’s there until June 2013 so maybe I’ll just have to take a trip to New York instead!