Villa Copenhagen’s central location, next to Tivoli Gardens and the Meatpacking District, isn’t just what put the hotel on the map after it opened two years ago.
Uniting conscious design and casual sophistication for discerning travellers, Villa Copenhagen is an embodiment of Denmark’s design DNA. Unfolding inside the old Central Post Head Office, the historic building redesigned by London-based Universal Design Studio is described as the ‘new social scene’ that’s acutely aware of its environmental footprint.
Adding another string to its bow, Villa Copenhagen just opened their redesigned Universal Penthouse Suite in collaboration with Danish design stalwarts &Tradition. As the brand behind some of the country’s most notable design pieces, &Tradition focuses on reworking icons and creating tomorrow’s classics – naturally aligning with Villa Copenhagen’s evolution.
Australian interior designer Lucy Marczyk was among the first to experience Villa Copenhagen’s refurbished penthouse suite by &Tradition. We sat down with Lucy to trace some of the most memorable aspects of her stay.