ASTUTE BLEND

— KIRSTINE MEIER CARLSEN

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As the founder of Studio X, a design studio and gallery in Copenhagen that acts as a laboratory for concepts, Kirstine Meier Carlsen is an individual imbued with curiosity. Her home is a natural extension of this.
Located in Copenhagen’s Potato Rows (Kartoffelrækkerne), the three-storey terrace houses two adults, five children and an eclectic collection of vintage and modern, utilitarian and playful design. A custom Douglas pine daybed from Studio X sits with a Muller van Severen Pillow Sofa for Kassl editions, both atop an antique Saharan rug. Interior pieces live a fully realized existence that remains faithful to their design, just as the hyper-functional home remains faithful to its original story. 
A glimpse into Carlsen’s house in Ark Journal VOL V reveals her facility to blend objects, materials and structures both at home and in Studio X.

STYLING  PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY  ANDERS SCHØNNEMANN
TAILORED INTERIOR

TAILORED INTERIOR

In the small Belgian village of Itegem, interior architect Peter Ivens discovered a unique and exotic villa with well-preserved 1920’s details reminiscent of a classical British colonial style – a central stairway, symmetrical plan, alcove windows, hipped roof and upper dormer windows.

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LANDON METZ

LANDON METZ

Space is important to Landon Metz. In his art, pools of colour float across canvas leaving vast areas of unprimed fabric. In his studio the same sense of space – and the importance of the negative – is evident in the blanks between sparsely scattered furniture and plants.

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ASTUTE BLEND —
KIRSTINE MEIER CARLSEN

Home

As the founder of Studio X, a design studio and gallery in Copenhagen that acts as a laboratory for concepts, Kirstine Meier Carlsen is an individual imbued with curiosity. Her home is a natural extension of this.
Located in Copenhagen’s Potato Rows (Kartoffelrækkerne), the three-storey terrace houses two adults, five children and an eclectic collection of vintage and modern, utilitarian and playful design. A custom Douglas pine daybed from Studio X sits with a Muller van Severen Pillow Sofa for Kassl editions, both atop an antique Saharan rug. Interior pieces live a fully realized existence that remains faithful to their design, just as the hyper-functional home remains faithful to its original story. 
A glimpse into Carlsen’s house in Ark Journal VOL V reveals her facility to blend objects, materials and structures both at home and in Studio X.

STYLING  PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY  ANDERS SCHØNNEMANN
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