With its 23 floors, 816 designer rooms and 30 conference rooms, the hotel is not only the largest hotel in Scandinavia but also includes a pair of towers that lean at 15-degree angles. Kim Herforth, founder, didn't set out to make a leaning building. He was inspired by origami which naturally led to the curvature. The angular hotel conjures up that of the paper-folded creations with upturned corners and downward slopes resembling a bird neck and wings. Or even geometric flowers rising toward the sun. Either way, we love origami. We love Denmark. Why not?