Copenhagen is a great city when it comes to exploring the uniqueness of Danish design, the timeless simplicity, quality materials and functionality. Danes are among the leaders in world design.
Whether you are looking for royal porcelain or the latest AV technology, Copenhagen is home to many flagship stores of Danish interior design and furniture.
Go explore the huge showrooms – many of which are exciting combinations of museum, gallery and shop.
If you do not have time for it all, remember to visit Illums Bolighus, GUBI and CasaShop.
The Danish ceramist Anne Black opens the shop black on the corner of Gammel Kongevej in Frederiksberg.
Bruun Rasmussen has some 60 years of experience in, valuing and auctioning off objects for private individuals, companies and public authorities and institutions.
CasaShop in Copenhagen is a super design shop located in the charming area of Store Regnegade.The 400 square metres is packed with designer goods like furniture and lighting from Italy and Spain. Danish items are of course also represented, for instance Arne Jacobsen's Egg and Swan Chairs.
Corfixen is a shop at Frederiksberg selling textiles, ceramics, glass and other designs for interior decoration.
CPH Square is a world-class showroom in Copenhagen offering unique solutions for kitchen and bath décor.
Danish Furniture Art and Design knows everything worth knowing about Scandinavian furniture design and you will find a great selection of original design classics as well as rare collector's items.Find works by Arne Jacobsen, Kaare Klint and Hans J. Wegner, to name a few.
One never leaves this Vesterbro design shop empty-handed. At Designer Zoo you get two vast floors of changing exhibits and a total of seven active workshops. The shop offers a varied selection of Danish design, art products and crafts, created by the in-house and visiting designers.
In the large GUBI showroom in Frihavnen you can see world class Danish furniture design unfold on 2,000 square metres. GUBI is one of the biggest Danish design successes in modern times, and their furniture can be seen in places like the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
Hay CPH are located both in the shopping street Strøget and in Pilestræde. A both places you will find Danish interior design in a class of its own, furniture in unconventional shapes, and smalller often funny things for the home.
Illums Bolighus is purveyor to the royal Danish court and located on Strøget. It is the premier centre in Scandinavia for Danish and international design.Furniture, lamps, kitchen and bathroom articles, ceramics, porcelain, silver, and glassware.
Kartell specializes in designing plastic with surprising results.
Get inspiration for the home or the office at Montana Mobile in Bredgade, Copenhagen.
Cool interior design at Munk - way to live, in Christianshavn.
A cool prize winning design store located in an old 1700 m2 cinema at Østerbro.Here you can find Normann design - furniture, vases, chairs etc. Expect traditional materials put into untraditional use such as a washing-up bowl in rubber, a vase made out of Silicon and a dog made out of plastic.
Exquisite craft and interior design at Stilleben in the heart of the Copenhagen.
In a classic luxurious apartment in Christianshavn, you will find The Apartment, which is a showroom exhibiting design, furniture and art.
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