Design lovers can now spend a night at a fantastic retail space in Copenhagen! The Apartment is curated like a home and was launched by Danish decorator and dealer Tina Seidenfaden Busck in 2011 as a ‘shoppable’ home, complete with living room, office, kitchen and bathroom. Now you can stay at a Shoppable Apartment in Copenhagen.
Design lovers can now spend the night at hybrid Copenhagen gallery The Apartment, a retail space curated like a home.
Set inside a restored 18th-century building in the Christianshavn district, The Apartment offers a surprising mix of mid-century and select contemporary pieces and has become the ultimate furniture showroom.
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Art and Interior
Tina is continually changing selection of wonderful design pieces and the Apartment is more a gallery than a shop, featuring the work of contemporary artists like François Halard, Tómas Saraceno and Nathalie du Pasquier. The Apartment provides “an ideal aesthetic experience and a restorative stay”.
Busck is working with international designers like Ilse Crawford and Muller Van Severen – from wall color to objects, but she’s expanded her gallery concept even further by adding two new bedroom suites open to guests (price on application).
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Intimate design sensibility
Says Busck: ‘It’s been a dream of mine to bring The Apartment’s personal design sensibility to a more intimate level.’ The Danish interior designer, art adviser and proprietor of Copenhagen showroom the Apartment has built her kingdom around a few tastes and tenets that fly in the face of polished perfection.
“I’ve spent the past decade acquiring art pieces and objects from stellar designers we’ve worked with over the years with this project in mind.” says Tina Seidenfaden Busck. Guests can make use of the apartment’s kitchenette, drawing room and hand-picked library, as well as its dining room which doubles as a workspace. Each room is decked in design pieces from the likes of Muller Van Severen, Michael Anastassiades and McCollin Bryan, as well as midcentury objects and artworks from Busch’s personal collection.
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Opposite, not matching
“I don’t like when things match!” says Busck. “I like the opposite. I love textiles and pattern and color. I love when you can see the craftsmanship in a furniture piece,” she continues. “When I put different things together, I know immediately if it works or if it doesn’t.”
Busck is one of the best at creating an eclectic look that seems effortlessly put together. It’s not given to a lot of people to elegantly mix and match patterns, colors, design eras and origins the way she does. She is adventurous and she follows her instinct, and it pays off. See for yourself!
Stay at a Shoppable Apartment in Copenhagen
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Stay at a Shoppable Apartment in Copenhagen, written by Tor Kjolberg