Naturalness, austerity, purity - these associations arise when you get into the classic Danish interior. Soft-minimalism or a story about how the Danes in their time were very inspired by the Japanese culture and showed the world their vision of an ideal space.
"Nothingness and emptiness", as a credo of many Danish concepts.
Do not clutter up your space and energy is superfluous. The minimum quantity of things and pieces of furniture. Let's leave space for air and space for thought.
The new project 'Sense' by Natalie Dubrovska is all of this translated into this soft and minimal apartment in Copenhagen. This project is the perfect example that a minimal space with some neutrals colours can become sophisticated with the right pieces added to it.
Concrete bath in tandem with terrazzo flooring and brass elements creates beautiful harmony.
Brass is used extensively as a cameo material throughout the space. Even the taps in the bathroom pay homage to the wonderful diversity of the many shades and uses of this metal.
Project by Natalie Dubrovska from Dubrovska Studio