Thorvaldsens Museum, from which Hotel Danmark has taken inspiration.
Corridors of Hotel Denmark, clearly inspired by the museum's mosaic tiles and brightly colored ceilings.
Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) represents the neoclassical period in most of his works with motifs from Greek mythology and portraits of religious and other important personalities. The decoration of
Gottlieb Bindesbøll (1800-1856) is the architect behind Thorvaldsens Museum. Bindesbøll got to know Thorvaldsen in Rome and made the first drawings for the museum. He combined a strong colour scheme with terrazzo, mosaic floors and Pompeiian decorated ceilings. The wall colours change from room to room creating a perfect backdrop to Thorvaldsen’s white sculptures.
Entering the hotel rooms, a quite different experience awaits: Leather, marble, steel, fine textiles and loop pile carpets beautifully blend in interior settings with a strong and uncompromising Scandinavian design DNA.
The hotel rooms have a strong and uncompromising Scandinavian design DNA.