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Paying attention to the five senses can help your visitors feel at home, whether you work in an office, run a café or have your own store. We asked architect, designer and photographer Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen to take us on a tour of Copenhagen spaces that get the experience just right.

SOUND

Danish textile maker Kvadrat has put a great deal of thought,  time and research into finding a good balance when it comes to acoustics. Soft materials can dampen the clattery noise that often comes with a minimal and uncluttered space.

  • Words:
    Sammi Massey
  • Photography:
    Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

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  • Words:
    Sammi Massey
  • Photography:
    Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen
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