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Tina Seifenfaden Busck had a decade in Sotheby’s under her belt when the apartment below her home, in an 18th-century residential building in Christianshavn, came up for sale. The space hadn’t been touched in over forty years, so Busck restored the three-room Georgian apartment completely, right down to the oak floors dating from the 1780’s. The space is a home once again, but this time, a Danish design-piece filled, completely shoppable one. The set-ups change regularly, thanks to Busck’s frequent sourcing trips for Swedish, French, and Italian pieces from the 40s, 50s, and 60s.

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