Spanish architect Gabriel Fabra has blown us away before with his projects. We thought that Denmark Space, a kind of showroom where various pieces of furniture can be displayed, should also be in the spotlight.
Denmark Space designed by Spanish architect Gabriel Fabra is inspired by the Dinesen showroom designed by Studio David Thulsrup. The space is located around an inner patio with three continuous spaces facing the main façade.
The project is designed as a kind of showroom where different pieces of furniture can be displayed. As in the Coastal retreat project we highlighted earlier, the pieces are intended to have a certain sculptural character, both in their placement and in the choice of final compositions. The space is composed of monochrome elements, black and white. In certain elements, a touch of colour was added to emphasise them. This is a palette of orange tones with the occasional green or blue element acting as a supplement.
Earlier we mentioned the sculptural character of the furniture and this aspect too has been carefully considered. Thus Fabra has chosen pieces with strong and pronounced volumes such as the sofa by Living Divani, chair by Cassina, and the silo pouf by Normann-Copenhagen. These pieces contrast with the most organic elements. We are already fans of this contrast
The furniture is intended to have a certain sculptural character.
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Interior and Visualisation by Gabriel Fabra