SIGURD LARSEN DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE, Denmark / Germany
Simon Jendreizik (1986) with a background in carpentry, he graduated from Archtectural Technology and Construction at VIA University College, Denmark in 2015. After gaining practial experience at »COBE« architectural office in Berlin, he continued his studies at Beuth University of Applied Scinece and TU Berlin till 2016. Since then he is a project architect at studio »Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture«.
The design studio “Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture” was founded in 2010 by Berlin based Danish architect Sigurd Larsen working within the fields of architecture and furniture design. The studio has completed projects of different typologies such as housing, hotels, educational and cultural buildings and will continue to explore new fields. The work of the design studio aims to combine the aesthetics of high quality materials with functional concepts for complex spaces. Sigurd Larsen has designed furniture for various German, Danish and American design companies that are sold worldwide. A large number of the furniture pieces are available in the FormelA stores in central Berlin and Copenhagen. Sigurd Larsen has a master degree from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen and has previously been employed at OMA-Rem Koolhaas in New York, MVRDV in Rotterdam and COBE in Copenhagen. From 2016 Sigurd Larsen is a Professor at BAU International Berlin -University of Applied Sciences where building design and visual communication is explored through teaching and research.
Michelberger Hotel, Room 304, Berlin, 2016
Interior design of a hotel room 305 in Michelberger Hotel in Berlin adds value to the traveling trip, as one gets the whole house with the room. Its white cold exterior exposes cosy wooden interior. Wooden enclosure hides a bedroom, a kitchen, a sauna and a toilette while other, for hotel room necessary equipment, is freely dispersed around the house.
Photos: Rita Lino, James Pfaff
Michelberger Hotel, Room 204, Berlin, 2016
The room 204 in in Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, encourages the adventurous spirit of its guests. Behind numerous white closed doors and windows of the wooden structure, always new and exciting spaces are being revealed, full of details and surprises.
Photos: Rita Lino
Pop-up Store for Zelando’s, Berlin, 2012
Design of the Pop- up store for a clothing store Zalando got its inspiration from a large wooden transport crates. Three differently designed crates made out of plywood offer themselwes as an exhibition space of the latest collection from Zalando. Placed in the space crates create a completely new set of relationships betwneen themselves and the existing location.
Green house, Lejere, Denmark, 2017
The typology for the Green House was develeoped by the Studio Sigurd Larsen as a model for affordable sustainable family houses in Denmark. The design allows low construction costs while being generous with the living space. The interior is complete clad with birch plywood while the external finish is made of vertical, untreated larch panels. As an element of passive solar heating, the green house leans against the south facade.