The Royal SAS Hotel
The Royal SAS Hotel is a phenomenal contribution to architecture and a grand tribute to Arne Jacobsen’s efforts to shape the potential of Scandinavian design. The Royal SAS Hotel, also known as Radisson Blu Royal Hotel was designed by Jacobsen in 1956 and built in the following four years for the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). This hotel is arguably the most iconic examples of architecture and design in Europe inviting several to enjoy the pleasure of Jacobsen’s creative spirit./p>
More About Arne Jacobsen
Jacobsen was a perfectionist and the hotel represented his vision for design in its purest form. He thought very well about every intricate detail from the overall design to the pieces of cutlery. His eloquent geometry combined with his keen eye for original and authentic scandinavian design set the bar for fine architecture. The Royal SAS Hotel is known as the first design hotel due to Jacobsen’s exceptional creative touch.
The Glorious Egg Chair in the Lobby
The Egg Chair is one of Jacobsen’s most successful furniture designs which welcomes tourists in the main lobby areas of the Royal SAS Hotel. THe hotel is in a convenient location, only twenty minutes away from the airport, directly inviting tourists into the building. The Egg Chair’s style and comfort work well in the lobby area as it creates a tasteful level of domesticity to an industrially captivating landmark.
The Stunning Swan Chair in Room 606
Room 606 is a special room which consists of a number of Jacobsen’s original furniture including the Egg Chair, the beautiful Swan Chair and the Ant Chair. This room can be booked for a wonderful stay at the hotel but many design lovers visit the room to admire the glory of Jacobsen’s historic designs.