A tranquil design showroom that doubles as a studio in Copenhagen’s Østerbro neighborhood.
The showroom of Danish designer Oliver Gustav is housed in a former art museum building still fitted with its original arched skylights and wooden floorboards. The 10-room building has been curated by Gustav himself as a place to display the work of designers he admires—including lighting fixtures by Apparatus, Japanese-inspired wooden furniture by Fritz Baumann and sculptural pieces by Vincenzo De Cotiis—as well as antiques chosen by Gustav to compliment these contemporary pieces. The dusky, naturally-lit rooms also feature the designer’s own line of hemp- and linen-upholstered sofas and armchairs.
Studio Oliver Gustav