“We’re a bit like a hardware store, where you can buy anything from kitchen utensils to power tools,” explains owner and architect Niels Torp, whose father and uncle originally established the firm Torp & Torp back in 1930. “We don’t want to know too much about specific areas, because we don’t want to end up repeating ourselves. We always start from scratch and ask a lot of questions – our aim is to function freely when it comes to both style and fashion.” Throughout the last 30 to 40 years, the firm has worked on such a multitude of projects that the architects have acquired the experience and knowledge they need to be adaptable.