Of all the rooms in Copenhagen’s Radisson Blu Royal Hotel (formerly the Royal Hotel), only Room 606 remains true to Arne Jacobsen’s original late 1950s design.
The Egg chair
What: The Egg chair Where: Designed for the Royal Hotel lobby and reception areas in 1958; continuously produced ever since Significance: Jacobsen was the first to use an innovative foam material for the Egg, allowing him to sculpt its curves to hug the body. An updated version of a wingback chair, it smartly swivels to offer privacy in a busy area like a lobby.
Get cozy, pull up your knees and tuck in your feet (the Egg chair is that big) or take advantage of the footstool and stretch out. This is the kind of lounger family members will fight to claim on those lazy days in the living room.