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
DOWNSIZED — KIM GRENAA

DOWNSIZED — KIM GRENAA

He is undoubtedly one of Denmark’s pre-eminent slashies. The fashion-industry insider / creative director / founder and editor-in-chief of Dansk Magazine has recently added a new slash to his list: interior-design consultant and downsizing specialist.

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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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