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David Thulstrup is on the rise – just mark my words. Not that we already knew he was extremely talented with all his works with private residencies at Islands Brygge and Krøyersplads, the beauty salon Blow in Copenhagen along with multiple retail concepts for clients such as Georg Jensen and J. Lindeberg.

His newest private residence designed for renowned Danish photography Peter Krasilnikoff is a masterpiece in how homes should look like anno 2016. The design is focused around a central mirror-clad atrium, which floods all three floors of the residence with natural light. The atrium is lush with grass, plants and a feature tree that is visible from all floors, creating a central and bright oasis. The material palette includes concrete, terrazzo, oak timber from Dinesen, original brickwork, Kvadrat textiles in rich colours. The perfect mix and just the right amount of theatrical, quirky and earthiness make Peter’s House just abso-fucking-brilliant.

A little insider tip for you guys, look out for both Muuto and ferm Living’s soon to be released lifestyle images, as they are shot in this beauty.










Images courtesy of Studio David Thulstrup. Photography by Peter Krasilnikoff.


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    […] The fully alert reader might recognise the stunning background and setting in the lifestyle images – it is in fact, the private residence designed for renowned Danish photography Peter Krasilnikoff. […]

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