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The Carlsberg Foundation's researcher apartments

Paustian furnishes the Carlsberg Foundation's award winning researcher apartments

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Paustian has delivered the furniture to The Carlsberg Foundation's 22 newly built researcher apartments in the Carlsberg area in Copenhagen. The buildings recently won the Danish Association of Architects's architecture price called 'Store Arne' for its well-considered choice of materials and level of details, which are expressed in the unique and beautiful solutions. The building is sketched by Praksis architects and interior designer Vibeke Brinck is responsible for the design in each of the 22 uniquely furnished apartments. 

2017

 

Client: The Carlsberg Foundation's researcher apartments

Category:
Offices, Waiting and lounge areas

Location: Carlsberg area, Copenhagen

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In the living room you can see Paustian's classical module sofa designed by Erik Rasmussen i 1969. The sofa has a unique ability to change its expression depending on the choice of assembling and upholstery. Its characteristics are a graphic, almost sculptural expression, which suits any furnishing.

 

 

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Paustian Stack Shelves are designed by Anders Brix and can easily be adjusted to accomodate the sorroundings. The Stack shelving system creates flexibility, variation, and a sculptural effect, which makes it suitable for both private homes and office landscapes.

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The dining room is furnished with Fritz Hansen's classical series 7 chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen along with two PH 5 lamps designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958.

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Work desk from Magnus Olesen in solid oak. The office chair is from the classical series 7 from Fritz Hansen designed by Arne Jacbosen. On the balcony, with a view over J.C Jacobsens's Old Garden, the Belleville café set can be seen, designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra.

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The bedroom is furnished with VL38 table lamps designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen from Louis Poulsen. The mirror is from the Danish Naver Collection featuring a clear lacquered, oakwood border.

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The office room is furnished with a Pastoe A'Dammer cabinet in lacquered wood and a Kevi 2533 office chair from Engelbrechts.

 

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The kitchen is furnished with a collapsible café table from Zanotta, Chat Board glass board and a DOT 3170 stool from Fritz Hansen.

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The Carlsberg Foundation took the decision to construct the buildings on brewer J. C. Jacobsen 200th birthday. The brewer considerd science as highly essential - not only for the development of beer but also for the society as a whole. The researcher apartments are build to maintain a close link between beer brewery, research and knowledge. With the construction of the new research apartments, The Carlsberg Foundation's tradition for having home and abroad top researchers guest visiting them is continued. 

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