STU­DIO DAVID THULSTRUP, COPEN­HAGEN

ELLE Decoration (UK) - - Design & Architecture -

A Scan­di­na­vian take on shape and a pal­ette of con­tem­po­rary ma­te­ri­als are the two ideas that form the back­bone of David Thulstrup’s pared-back in­te­ri­ors ( he of­ten posts his lat­est mood­boards on so­cial me­dia). The de­signer, who worked for Jean Nou­vel and Peter Marino be­fore set­ting up his stu­dio in 2009, also puts an em­pha­sis on what the Dan­ish call sted­sans (it trans­lates as the idea of a sense of place) and how that af­fects in­te­ri­ors. Res­i­den­tial projects in­clude the home of pho­tog­ra­pher Peter Krasil­nikoff (above), built around a mir­rored atrium. This year, Thulstrup also com­pleted the in­te­rior of the new Noma restau­rant. stu­dio­davidthul­strup.com

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