‘Stay’, Copenhagen

Punctuated with graffiti and art on walls and ceilings, Copenhagen’s new hotel and residence Stay nods to its recent heritage as a bustling artistic hub called the A House.

From 2003 to 2006, the new guard of Danish creatives—amongt them Henrik Vibskov, Trentemøller and Tal R—lived, worked, performed or showed there in arrangement with the building’s owners. Its sprawling rooftop terrace—the largest in Denmark—was a raucous underground venue and club.

Outfitted with pared-down black and white interiors furnished by Hay, the look smacks of clean Danish design. The roof features wooden decks and plant beds, with unrivaled 360° views of the river and skyline.

Stay is also at work on a concept of approaching artists and designers to curate several apartments, inviting young creatives coming to Copenhagen to stay as guests for free while they work.

Read the original blog post here on Cool Hunting.