Steel House Copenhagen
Location: Copenhagen , Architect: ARKIDÉ, Contractor: Arp Hansen Hotels, Square meters: 400m2,
The New York-inspired Steel House Copenhagen sets a new and exciting standard for a modern city hostel. Steel House is decorated in “Danish Metals” old domicile and radiates, with its distinctive facades in cortensteel, a raw beauty. The English designer Mike Duncalf has created a setting that is "industrial chic", creating the right space with raw elements, soft textures and rustic interiors. With its multi-minimalist lines, the incandescent Steel House Copenhagen gives you every reason to sit back and relax in the incomparable surroundings of the new city hostel on Herholdtsgade in Vesterbro
To emphasize the cozy and luxurious atmosphere, Junckers brushed Oak planks was chosen for the exclusive lounge area and in the sports bar you will find a recycled Junckers Sports floor in the wood species beech.
At the main entrance you will be greeted by the large information screen surrounded by Junckers black oak plank.
In total approx. 400m² of solid hardwood floors was delivered to the project.