When in Copenhagen I loved to stay in the huge black loft across the water, not only did the area reminded me of my own living area the Eastern Docklands in Amsterdam but the almost gothic black loft was totally up my alley to be honest, have a look at it here in case you missed it… STAY Copenhagen Design apartments | 3 days of Design
Seeing the sky and being surrounded by water is something I love, hence I was born, and spent my childhood near a canal and now live on one of the first harbour islands that was transformed into a residential area, therefor I loved walking around at Nordhavn when visiting the Menu Space last June.
Located on the edge of Nordhavn Architecture firm Arcgency has turned an industrial coal crane in a Copenhagen harbour into a luxury two-person retreat. The Krane has a 50-metre-square Krane Room living space at the top of the structure featuring a minimal all-black interior with built-in furniture and furniture by danish Menu, there is my favourite daybed again! The reception can be found on the ground floor and a spa and terrace on the second. All areas can be hired seperately including a glass walled meeting room o the first floor.