Founded in 2004 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rutzou, SPACE Copenhagen is a design studio that works across multiple disciplines from product design and art direction to interior design for private homes, hotels, and restaurants.
Distinctly Scandinavian, SPACE Copenhagen’s design is modern and warm, rustic and elegant. The team uses enduring principles of Scandinavian design as fuel for boundary-breaking creative modernism. While SPACE Copenhagen’s intuitive and imaginative approach means no two projects are alike, their work boasts clear signatures: natural materials, subdued colours, dramatic clarity, and meticulous craftsmanship.
SPACE Copenhagen’s latest work include: Radisson Collection Royal Hotel (Copenhagen, 2018), Restaurant 108 from Rene Redzepi and former Noma chef Kristian Baumann (Copenhagen, 2016) and 11 Howard hotel (New York, 2016). For these, SPACE Copenhagen has designed the interiors as well as custom furniture pieces, handmade in Denmark. True to form, SPACE Copenhagen lets beautiful materials and meticulously selected objects speak for themselves.
Upcoming interior design projects include the Manhattan Loft Gardens (London, 2019), a residential project in America (2019) and their first project in Japan (2023).
In addition to interior design, SPACE Copenhagen has partnered with some of the world’s leading manufacturers and designed a portfolio of more than 50 iconic furniture pieces from lighting and furniture to sculptural objects and silver wear Most recently, SPACE Copenhagen has launched collections with GUBI, Fredericia Furniture and Stellar Works at Milan Design Week 2018 as well as commissioned work for Wallpaper* Handmade 2018.