The Apartment in Copenhagen is much more than a simple apartment. Apart from being a shop, antique dealer, art gallery and more recently a place to stay overnight (with the opening of a B&B on an upper floor in the same building), The Apartment is a space where the founder Tina Seidenfaden Busck expresses her impeccable taste, acquired during more than a decade working at Sotheby's. In this universe full of color and historical sense, the pieces live as in a truly inhabited apartment, where modern furniture stands side by side with antiques and objets d'art.
Being an inspiration for a long time, The Apartment reminds us of the eclectic array of another great reference of ours, the designer Josef Frank, regarded as the father of Scandinavian design. In the world of Frank and Seidenfaden Busck, cool minimalism stands at the door, giving way to a welcoming aesthetic wealth, characterized by the various 'layers' of furniture, objects, textiles and lighting.
In addition to the personal vision of Tina Seidenfaden Busck, The Apartment has counted over the years with the collaboration of several guest creatives. Ilse Crawford's home-inspired installation gave a new life to the apartment of the eighteenth century in 2014. While an exhibition curated by buyer Terry Ellis unveiled in 2017 the cultural richness of the Japanese craft movement Mingei. And if you can not get to Copenhagen to visit The Apartment, just visit the website for an extra dose of inspiration!
Photos by Milk Decoration and The Apartment