Carpets help to tell the story | Industry News | Architonic

From the very start, Brønnums Hus has framed the lives of creatives and intellectuals having a big influence on Danish cultural history. H.C. Andersen is a perfect example of a member from the cultural elite frequently visiting families living in the building being so rich on picturesque elements drawn by architect Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen that it was listed in 1995. <b>Old school and neoclassic designs</b>
Britt Christiansen and Mikkel Küster, the two designers behind the prestigious project that took more than a year to complete, explain: “Brønnums Hus was an old, distinctive lady in need of a facelift. It offered so many unique, historic details that we wanted to bring to life. At the same time, it was important for us to bring them into a modern up-to-date context that would complement a dynamic, contemporary office environment. It would have been obvious to continue the historic interior of the house, but instead we set out to create a fine balance between the old-school traditio… continue

Source: Architonic


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