A historic mansion transformed with Danish design

The Rope sofa, Kabino sideboard, Matelli plaid and Hi cushions recently found their way into a historic mansion in Denmark, where the dream pop trinity Scarlet Pleasure sought refuge to work on an upcoming record. The beautiful interior was curated by Lumière Bricoleur.

The aesthetics could be described as 2001: A Space Odyssey meets Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. The idea was to create the feeling of living inside an art installation, where Scarlet Pleasure could unfold their creative process as they stitched together their second studio album.


Interior curated by: Lumière Bricoleur

Photographer: Jenny Sundby

Products: Rope sofa, Kabino Sideboard, Hi cushions, Matelli plaid from the Normann x Brask art collection.