The Axelborg building in Copenhagen is pretty unassuming from the outside, and really rather easy to miss. Sure there’s a huge neon sign with the name of the building written on it, but walking around the block it’s not immediately obvious that a large door with intricate design is the actual entrance. Especially when it’s a weekend and nobody is around to let you in and check out the beautiful balcony banisters that they have in place in their hallway.

Obviously access was gained, to the lower levels of the property at least, which is why I managed to take this image looking up. However the shot I really wanted was from several floors up looking back down at the floor…and the 1st floor was as far as I was able to get.

Either way, it’s a lovely interior and well worth checking out.

In other news, this interior has just reminded me that Open House weekend is once again upon us and is happening in London this coming weekend. I haven’t planned where I am going to go yet, but if you are going out to check out some buildings let me know, our paths may cross.

  • Aperture: ƒ/5.6
  • Camera: “Canon EOS 5D Mark II”
  • Focal length: 14mm
  • ISO: 400
  • Shutter speed: 1/25s