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In the 1920’s, a handful of visionary pioneers renewed the Danish furniture tradition by continuing the useful elements from the past and by further developing function and comfort to such a degree that it resounded abroad, resulting in the success which made Denmark a leading furniture production country. We wrote about some off our favorites and some off our rooms here, enjoy!

Hotel Alexandra flower "..and so becoming a member of an influential international network, she had begun her career.."
Hotel Alexandra flower "..he was inspired to design the Egg and the Swan due to the possibilities that the development of styropor plastic introduced.."
Here you can click and read about our Jacobsen room.

Arne Jacobsen

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Børge did not design in wood, he designed with wood.

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A room bound to traditions.

Hotel Alexandra flower "..have played to realize the vision of everyday furniture, which could fulfill a Danish family’s needs."
Hotel Alexandra flower "..Finn Juhl quickly became internationally known and was in his age so internationaly well-known that we Danes did not need to know him! .."
A corner room with a view full of masterpieces

Experimental

If living in the mid-century.

A mid-century suite featuring plastic and pink walls!?

A bold suite

Full of personality.

Hotel Alexandra flower "He created interior environments with furniture forms and luminous colour..."
Hotel Alexandra flower "..Has recieved more than 24 prizes for furniture. Has had exhibitions numorous places worldwide and is represented in a great number of museums all over the world.."
A room curated by the love to wood.

Mr. Wegner

A timeless rolemodel.

Hotel Alexandra flower "Kaare Klint was a self-taught furniture designer, but began to work with Professor Carl Petersen, who built Fåborg Museum..."
Think sophisticated English design in modern Copenhagen

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At professor Wanscher.

Hotel Alexandra flower "..that his furniture could just as well have been designed 200 years ago as yesterday.."
Hotel Alexandra flower "..there is a special feature of simplicity and humanism in her beautifully shaped furniture."
A room with the elegant, light and graceful vibes of Ms. Ditzel

A tribute to

A fine lady of Danish design.

Furniture was no longer to serve strictly functional purposes

Feel the 50s

When Danish Modern was born.

Hotel Alexandra flower "The Hippie Movement and Flower Power were born; the Berlin Wall showed its ugly face; the Cold War saw dawn, and man walked on the Moon."