Room 606, Royal Copenhagen

Completed in 1960 SAS House is the landmark building Arne Jacobsen designed for Scandinavian Airways Systems in the centre of Copenhagen. The luxury hotel became the Danish capital's first skyscraper and Jacobsen's designs feature in almost every aspect of the building, from the glass exterior to the fixtures, fabrics and furniture; with some pieces, such as his Swan and Egg chairs, going on to gain legendary status. Although the hotel has undergone a number of changes over the last 50 years Room 606 has been left fully preserved - the room can be booked (or just visited) through current owners Radisson Hotels. More photos after the jump