Studio David Thulstrup designs Dinesen's new Aarhus showroom

Posted by: James Garis

Date posted: 27/11/18

The balance of contemporary and traditional furniture, finishes and fixtures when executed correctly can truly make an impressive cohesive aesthetic.

David Thulstrup Studio has achieved this by beautifully matching some of my favourite pieces in a seemingly effortless way. 

Project: https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-david-thulstrup-dinesen-garde-hvalsoe-showroom/20001394 

  • The ARV chair by Brdr Krüger recently designed for the revamped Noma Copenhagen brings an elegant traditional feel and classic Danish craftsmanship to the scheme. https://brdr-kruger.com/en/products/arv-chair
  • As you move to the next room instantly contrasting the rope woven seats are the minimal curved lines of the MC5 Solo chair from Mattiazzi, a seldom used favourite of mine. http://www.mattiazzi.eu/
  • Launched at Stokholm Furniture Fair this year, the Font Chair series from Mobel Copanhagen offers another David Thulstrup Studio design piece. Sara & Thomas Agersborg have acquired and relaunched Mobel Copenhagen and they are certainly not scared to introduce bold, design led, statement pieces. http://www.mobel-copenhagen.com/en
  • The vast red bespoke 18 seater table custom made from Dinesen Douglas planks is unfortunately not available. If you are looking alternative the Grande from Fogia is worth checking out - https://www.fogia.se/en/collection/ or the 449 by Michael Anastassiades for Cassina -https://www.cassina.com/en/collection/tables/499-ordinal

Another impressive project From David Thulstrop Studio, as ever I'm looking forward to seeing what will come next.

James Garis

Recruitment Consultant

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