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Perspective I-IV was designed for the management dining
room of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, located in an
old warehouse at Asiatisk Plads in Copenhagen.
The dining room is a rustic, low-ceilinged room with heavy
wooden rafters dividing the room into three sections: a central
aisle, a section for talks and negotiations, a large table with
chairs for dining, and a section for relaxation and continued
talks in sofas arranged around low tables.
THE DANISH MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 2000
The materials used are wood, leather, wool. The colour
scheme includes shades of brown, soft blues and white rough
brick walls, in a few places with exposed rafters in the walls.
Altogether, the room exudes genuine quality and a rustic
character.
Inspired by the use of the room, three paintings were
executed for the section with the large table and one painting
for the sofa section.