A stately modernist building from the 1930s formerly housing the Danish Embassy has now been transformed into a boutique hotel reflecting a noble yet contemporary style. The neoclassical architecture frames a rather minimalist interior with numerous artistic details. The expressive rooms and suites are individually furnished and feature dark colours, rich surfaces and opulent fabrics. They also showcase a vintage photography collection primarily focused on fashion from the 1950s and 60s from artists such as Horst P. Horst, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Avedon, Frank Horvat and William Klein among many others. The common spaces are based on a concept by renowned designer Patricia Urquiola. She chose to combine a homelike atmosphere with striking installations, such as a life-sized bronze crocodile head by Quentin Garel or an LED light sculpture by Christian Schneider-Moll.