When mentioning Paris’ Champs-Élysées, everybody can imagine crowds of tourist. Nevertheless, it’s worth discovering hidden gems such as the Maison du Denmark and its sumptuous Flora Danica brasserie and the Copenhague restaurant.
Growing out of the indoor plant trend, interior trees are a new way to bring the outside into your home. American landscape architect Garrett Eckbo helped pioneer the movement
People love to look at minimalist homes but are wary of actually living in one. The Danish design company Menu finds pieces that, while simple, imbibe some sense of warmth.
The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture. Danish restauranteur Claus Meyer and jazz musician Niels Lan Dorky teamed with Danish-Italian design duo, GamFratesi in the structure’s development, which houses three top-level restaurants and a jazz club.