The BM House, located on Soløsevej in Gentofte, was designed through Mogensen’s collaboration with architects Arne Karlsen and Erling Zeuthen Nilsen. This was a home in which the iconic designer resided for 15 years, and was where many of his most celebrated pieces were curated. The location was known as the ‘architect’s marsh,’ due to the fact that the scenic neighbourhood was home to many esteemed names in architecture during the 1960s. Jørn Utzon, Eva and Nils Koppel, Mogens Lassen, as well as Karen and Ebbe Clemmensen lived practically side-by-side. Hans J. Wegner, another highly celebrated Danish furniture designer, lived only a hundred meters from Mogensen.