Conceived by architect Sigurd Larsen, the Løvtag Hotel is a treetop cabin in the Danish forest that features an intimate indoor space and an ample roof terrace.
The cabins are located on a small hilltop overlooking a meadow which gives a wonderful view over the top of the forest and lets the sunshine in during the afternoon.
To furnish this magical abode, Larsen chose HAY products that complement the unique nature of the space, such as the Dapper lounge chair: compact in size and organic in its shape and material, it reflects the wooden walls and floors surrounding it.
Larsen chose Palissade Chairs, a Dapper Lounge, and a Tulou Table in quiet, neutral tones to complement the organic, intimate interior.
In the kitchen area, Palissade Chairs and a Neu Table in quiet gray tones have a clean and contemporary silhouette, while a PC Portable Lamp can be used inside or taken upstairs for light in the evening.
Olive-green Palissade Chairs, Palissade Armchairs, and a Palissade Cone Table on the roof mirror the surrounding trees, respecting the natural feeling of the environment.
The nine cabins can host up to four sleeping guests and encloses a tree which grows up through the middle. The access to the roof terrace gives the impression that you continue to ‘climb’ the tree to reach the canopy.
In all directions scenic views of the forest are framed by panoramic windows. An outdoor shower is mounted on the facade of the cabin to create the experience of bathing in the forest amoung the trees.