Radisson Blu announces redesign for Copenhagen hotel

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
14 November 2017 | Updated 14 November 2017

Denmark: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Copenhagen will undergo extensive redesign

An extensive redesign of Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Copenhagen will take place over the coming months.

The famous landmark hotel - known as the sole hotel of Danish architect Arne Jacobson - is undergoing a major redesign under the direction of award-winning Danish design company SPACE Copenhagen.

Brian Gleeson, General Manager of the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen said: "By combining functionality and sophisticated design, our aim is to revive the iconic heritage of Arne Jacobsen. We carefully protect the legacy whilst at the same time modernize and add in new design elements to meet the expectations of a new generation of travelers."

Some of Arne Jacobsen's design classics have been revived, such as his Giraffen dining table and the rare Pot chair, which will be place in the lobby. The Arne Jacobsen 'Mayor' sofa, drawing on the Danish tradition for fine wood, will be featured in suites and in the new restaurant.  

All-new meeting rooms will be named after Arne Jacobsen's design classics, such as the 'EGG' chair, designed especially for the hotel in 1960. The walled artwork in the modernized meeting spaces were brought from the hotels archives.

The renovated is set to be completed in spring 2018.

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