PURE VOLUME AND SPACE
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An attic apartment by David Thulstrup inspired by his interiors of Noma restaurant exudes humanity and humility with architectural clarity and grace. Feeling is central to the practice of the founder and creative director of Studio David Thulstrip. He strikes a balance between aesthetics and atmosphere, creating rooms that are beautiful but also approachable. Welcoming even…

“I LIKE TO THINK THERE’S A REALLY HUMAN SCALE IN MY PROJECTS. PEOPLE HAVE A SENSE OF WELL-BEING, OF COMFORT, AND THEY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO PINPOINT WHY BUT IT BOILS DOWN TO VOLUME, MATERIALITY, TEXTURE AND CREATING A REAL SENSE OF SPACE.”
David Thulstrup

The story featuring the transformation of this Copenhagen apartment is in Ark Journal VOL III.

WORDS NATALIA RACHLIN
PHOTOGRAPHY WICHMANN + BENDTSEN
STYLING HELLE WALSTED
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PURE VOLUME AND SPACE
— HOME COPENHAGEN

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An attic apartment by David Thulstrup inspired by his interiors of Noma restaurant exudes humanity and humility with architectural clarity and grace. Feeling is central to the practice of the founder and creative director of Studio David Thulstrip. He strikes a balance between aesthetics and atmosphere, creating rooms that are beautiful but also approachable. Welcoming even…

“I LIKE TO THINK THERE’S A REALLY HUMAN SCALE IN MY PROJECTS. PEOPLE HAVE A SENSE OF WELL-BEING, OF COMFORT, AND THEY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO PINPOINT WHY BUT IT BOILS DOWN TO VOLUME, MATERIALITY, TEXTURE AND CREATING A REAL SENSE OF SPACE.”
David Thulstrup

The story featuring the transformation of this Copenhagen apartment is in Ark Journal VOL III.

WORDS NATALIA RACHLIN
PHOTOGRAPHY WICHMANN + BENDTSEN
STYLING HELLE WALSTED
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