Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and wooden accents, her office is brimming with colour, design classics and personal details.
“We spend a lot of our time at work, so it needs to feel both inspiring and welcoming,” she says. “Our workspaces today often reflect a combination of our personal and professional lives. The design must reflect who we are as individuals and our pursuit for quality and sustainable materials.”
Høstbo chose the Pluralis™ table by Kasper Salto as the centrepiece for her space. As inferred by its name, the Pluralis table offers a myriad of possibilities. Characterised by its understated design, elegance and uncompromising quality, it brings a whole new level of functionality to the workspace.
The Series 7™ chair by Arne Jacobsen was also selected for its timeless shape and versatility. An icon in modern furniture history, the chair offers a choice of swivel or four legs base, making it a flexible solution for the office.
Elsewhere, Høstbo picked the pouf by Cecilie Manz. It is aesthetic and functional, offering a relaxed alternative for extra seating.