By the harbour in Copenhagen lies this spectacular home combined by wood, brick and steel. The private home and studio of Danish photographer Peter Krasilnikoff has been redefined from what was once a pencil factory in close collaboration with architecture practice Studio David Thulstrup.
Residential — Copenhagen
Studio David Thulstrup — Photo: Peter Krasilnikoff
Thickness 30 mm. Width 350-500 mm. Length 2-6 m
Finish Natural Oil
The home now features an atrium with grasses, plants and a tree. The glass-walled atrium can be seen from almost everywhere in the house and fills all three floors with natural light. The green atrium gives life to the building and is a contrast to the dark colours, steel, and brick surfaces around the house.
The wide HeartOak planks are used for wall cladding and flooring in some of the areas of the building, adding light and nature to the mix of materials. The central staircase which leads to the first floor is made of perforated blackened steel.
The backwall in the kitchen is in steel, and the kitchen itself is in Italian terrazzo and custom made for the house by Studio David Thulstrup. The home also features a lovely rooftop terrace with plants, small cosy spaces and a view of the atrium.