The showroom of Danish designer Oliver Gustav is housed in a former art museum building still fitted with its original arched skylights and wooden floorboards. The 10-room building has been curated by Gustav himself as a place to display the work of designers he admires—including lighting fixtures by Apparatus, Japanese-inspired wooden furniture by Fritz Baumann and sculptural pieces by Vincenzo De Cotiis—as well as antiques chosen by Gustav to compliment these contemporary pieces. The dusky, naturally-lit rooms also feature the designer’s own line of hemp- and linen-upholstered sofas and armchairs. Studio Oliver Gustav Kastelvej 18 2100 Copenhagen Denmark TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Design Inside Looking Out A rewilding of interior design in the heart of Milan. Design Issue 44 An Unmovable Feast A place setting stitched for every season. Design Partnerships Together Again The return of the small gathering, in partnership with Fritz Hansen. Design Issue 42 Light Snack A luminous celebration of gelatin. Design Interiors Issue 42 Studio Tour: Fernando Caruncho Gardens sit between the natural and the artificial. George Upton meets the man mediating between the two. Design Issue 42 My Favorite Thing The garden designer, Fernando Caruncho, shares the story behind a painting of his mother.