Peter’s House Copenhagen by Studio David Thulstrup

It’s hard to believe that someone calls this private residence in Copenhagen their home. The space is focussed around the central mirror-clad atrium lush with plants and a feature tree, flooding all three floors with natural light. The home was designed for renowned Danish photographer Peter Krasilnikoff, and combines a little disco, a little earth, all while being very crisp and considered.

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