In the heart of Copenhagen lies the Blue Warehouse. The large, listed building on Toldbodgade was built in 1783 to serve as a storage facility and warehouse for a large trading company. Today, the building has been converted to very attractive freehold apartment. One of these apartments was designed by the acknowledged Danish architect and furniture designer Knud Kapper.
The custom-designed kitchen in American walnut, the dining table in the living room and the mahogany sideboard and desk were all created by this skilful designer and reflect his unfailing sense of style. The wide Dinesen Douglas planks and the original exposed ceiling joists in Pomeranian pine add an authentic expression and a warm ambience to the apartment.