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  • HOTEL SP34

    Project category: Restaurant, lounge & conference room

    Furniture: FH419 Heritage Chair (Medina 251 fabric/oak/oil legs) by Frits Henningsen, OW149 Colonial Chair (Thor 307 leather/soap treated oak) by Ole Wanscher, MG501 Cuba Chair (black webbing/soap treated oak) by Morten Gøttler, CH56 Barstool (Thor 307 leather/oak/ oil), CH88 Chair (Thor 307 leather/oak/oil/stainless steel by Hans J Wegner

    Location: Sankt Pederstræde 34, 1453 Copenhagen

    Architect: Morten Hedegaard


    SP34 is owned and run by Mette and Søren Bröchner, who opened the new boutique hotel in Copenhagen's Latin district in spring 2014. The hotel is located in two previously separate buildings, one of which used to house Hotel Fox. The hotel name makes reference to its address on Sankt Pederstræde. SP34 is a 4+ star hotel with 118 rooms ranging from 18-50m2, three penthouse suites, two restaurants, conference facilities on two floors for 100 participants and a cinema which seats 25. 


    The aim was for the hotel to signal receptiveness, and to draw the street into the building. Most of the solid walls at ground level facing the street have therefore been removed, thus offering a free view of the two restaurants and the lobby. Guests check in at the bar, where hams and cheeses can be seen hanging from the ceiling.

    The basic idea was to create a hotel with a personal atmosphere and fascinating and surprising furnishings. The desire was to arouse the curiosity of guests, so they want to find out where the various elements – lights, chairs, tables, etc. – come from.

    Go to product page CH88 Chair

    Go to product page OW149 Colonial Chair

    Go to product page FH419 Heritage Chair

    Go to product page MG501 Cuba Chair

    Watch the product movie CH88 Chair

    Watch the product movie OW149 Colonial Chair

    Watch product movie FH419 Heritage Chair
    Photographer: Mikkel Adsbøl



    "CH88 was designed and presented at a Swedish exhibition in 1955, but was never put into production. Since that time it has only existed as drawings in Hans J. Wegner's archive. This story is just perfect for our hotel, as is the chair. I have sat in many lovely conference rooms, but always in the same type of chair with a cheap frame and upholstered backrest. The justification is, of course, the need to save money on a chair that is required in such large numbers. We chose to do the opposite. We wanted our conference chair to have such an attractive appearance and finish that people would be drawn to look at it and touch it.

    CH88 has this appeal, and is also extremely comfortable. Like Wegner's other chairs, it permits movement – which is a big advantage when you have to sit for several hours. The curved backrest provides the perfect resting place. CH88 is an experience in itself, and makes conferences at SP34 something special. It can actually be much more than a conference chair. So we put a few of them in the lobby as well."