Danish Arcgency Transformed The Crane in Copenhagen Into a Luxury Retreat

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Discover The Krane, an old coal crane, transformed into a luxury retreat by owner Klaus Kastbjerg and architect Mads Møller from Arcgency

THE KRANE includes a reception area on the ground floor and a meeting room called the GLASS BOX on the first floor. The second floor includes a spa with a glass wall and two tubs, so visitors can enjoy the view and good conversation. In the top is a retreat called the KRANE ROOM with a lounge and terrace covered in Dinesen Douglas outdoor planks. The project remains true to the history of the crane that was once used for loading coal. The black look ensures that visitors are not distracted by the interior, but can focus on the exterior. THE KRANE has been furnished with Danish high-end brands within lifestyle and design, selected for their signature style, impeccable quality and craftsmanship. But at the same time, it has an understated elegance to it, including only the essentials. – from the architects

The furniture is custommade to fit the concept and the dimensions and for flooring, ceiling and wall cladding have been used Dinesen Douglas planks.

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Foto Rasmus Hjortsh