multidisciplinary designer


hospitality | student housing | Copenhagen | 2016
project for studio aisslinger
client: Base Camp
photo credits: Andreas Omvik, Alessandra Cetto

interior design
furniture design
production management
budget overview
client communication
suppliers communication
FF&E research
onsite supervision
final photoshoot styling & supervision
a well lit room with bespoke wooden bed frame desk and pegwall

This beautiful building in the heart of Copenhagen is a former military facility built in 1771 and served as a barracks complex until 1926.
Purchased in 2015 by the development group Triton, it was repurposed as a student housing facility for the Basecamp properties. 

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Spread over two buildings and 5 floors, the complex features 463 rooms, all with their peculiar shape and potential.
Precisely because of such irregular rooms, the furniture design approach was guided by absolute flexibility.