A curated collection of my projects from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Followed by professional work for:

The Office Group, Galeries Lafayette, Gasoline Grill, Private Clients




Borough Yards,
The Office Group

by
Studio David Thulstrup

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Role:
Concept and
Project Architect

Project while working for:
Studio David Thulstrup

Photographs by:
Ben Anders

New coworking offices 
Borough Yards
13 Dirty Lane
London, SE1 9PA
+20.000 sq. ft.
Completion - July 2022

The new workspace offering from TOG weaves together old and new, spanning two buildings – a former warehouse and a new teardrop-shaped structure. The two are conceived to work together seamlessly as a coherent whole.

In this dynamic context of present and past, brick textures, urban infrastructure and contemporary leisure, we drew on the area’s industrial tones to compose a space that mixes the shell’s textured glass, glass bricks and floor-to-ceiling windows, with interiors using brushed metal surfaces, tactile fabrics, abundant wooden accents, and natural earth tones.

Link to project

Publications


Wallpaper*







Private Residence,
Vester Voldgade

by
Studio David Thulstrup

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Role:
Architect and on site consulting

Project while working for:
Studio David Thulstrup

Photographs by:
Irina Boersma

Full refurbishment of a private residence
Vester Voldgade, Copenhagen K
160 m2
Completion - January 2020

The key architectural interventions are the exposure of the pitch roof structure, extending the kitchen space into the living space and adding a roof terrace that is exposed
to sun light throughout the day. A spiral staircase made from glass-blasted steel and a custom yellow-pated zinc finish mainly used for industrial purposes was custom made to create a new internal connection.

Link to project

Publications


ArchDaily
Architecture and Wonder
Ark Journal VOL II, 2020
EST








Gasoline Grill, Værnedamsvej by
Studio David Thulstrup

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Role:
Project planning, Lead architect, on site consulting
Project while working for:
Studio David Thulstrup

Photographs by:
Hampus Berndtson

Burger Store Concept
Værnedamsvej 2, Copenhagen
77 m2
Completion - August 2019

Concept and design of a burger restaurant that counters convention with an original and elegant expression while also being unpretentious and simple in keeping with Gasoline Grill’s open and honest approach. Galvanized steel and LED lights are alternated with a warm terrazzo of light brown and red pebbles for the counter top and flooring, The open kitchen and counter are inserted into the space, floating free of the perimeter walls and highlighting the existing plaster ceiling, which has distinctive small arches.
SDT designed a new stool in European oak in partnership with e15, with simple geometry and a sculptural profile that is solid and stable and perfect for its fast food location. Other custom designs include the suspended ceiling above the kitchen made of galvanized steel, terrazzo basin, a metal cabinet for the meat grinder and a backlit menu box and beverage display units.
Text by Studio David Thulstrup


Link to project

Publications

STYLEPARK
Yellowtrace








Rooftop Furniture, Nygårdsvej
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Role:
Architect and on site consulting
Project while working for:
Kereby




Rooftop Furniture for youth housing
Nygårdsvej 16, Copenhagen Ø
Completion - June 2021

The assignment was to create a way to divide the rooftop terrace into smaller spaces in order to not encourage parties on the rooftop terrace. An initial project of erecting fences cut off the terrace for larger gatherings had been created and had official approval.

Instead of finding an off-the-shelf fence, a counter-proposal was created. What if we encourage other uses of the space than partying and turn it into a gathering spot where
physical activities are possible, where you go up for herbs when you are cooking, or sunbath in the
summer? Building the furniture out of standard-sized elephant grates, the structure fits into the aesthetic of the building by using the same material and finish galvanized steel. Divisions are created by in corporating flower pots into the structure and by
organizing the grates in different heights.