Futuristic, unparalleled ski slope and recreational hill on top of a new resource handling centre.
What is the first thing you think of when you hear the term Danish design? Simplicity and functionalism? You're not far off. But there is actually more to the story than that.
Some of the quintessential Danish design objects date back to the '40s and '50s like the famous works of Arne Jacobsen and Hans J. Wegner could not have been done without utilising creative thinking and new industrial technologies.
This innovative approach still holds true, not only in interior design but also when it comes to architecture, clothing, urban planning and more. Let's take a closer look.
Simplicity, functionalism, and life. Go skiing every day in a city where snow isn't that common. Dive into the ocean year-round while being protected from the wind. The focus of modern-day architecture in Copenhagen is dedicated to people, living and human interaction.
Check out CopenHill or Kastrup sea bath. Both accessible and fun. Or dig a little deeper into why Copenhagen has become a frontrunner in design and architecture over the years.
The Kastrup Sea Baths, situated off-shore in the Øresund Sound, has great views of the Saltholm Island and Sweden. This is an architectural pearl and a truly magical place that offers good swimming opportunities with protection against the wind.Facilities include changing rooms with show...
There are a lot of ways to enjoy Danish design in Copenhagen. Check into the boutique hotel The Audo for your stay and live in one of the 10 uniquely designed suites, complete encompassed by design objects from Danish brand Menu and other partner brands. Or go check out the interior design shop Paustian who resides in an old bank.
Let it be known that Danish design is more than the classics we know and love. Here we embrace both the new and the classics. Both embedded with the unique Danish design DNA. Three ways to get up and close.
A unique chance to get up close with Danish design. Visit A. Petersen Collection & Craft. In an old, former administration building of Mærsk you’ll find a store with a focus on Danish design, crafts and Scandinavian furniture design. A beautiful space for the design lover.
It’s nice to bring home something from your travels, but to make these count, they shouldn’t end up in the back of the cupboard. Let’s go shopping for something of quality, something you can use and cherish for years.
Whether it be art and design objects, clothing or interior design objects, Copenhagen provides.
Acquaint yourself with the grand atmosphere of a repurposed museum building or an old pharmacy and get sucked into another world for a minute or two.
Entering Studio Oliver Gustav is like stepping into another world. The beautiful boutique and showroom in the 1920's building, Museumsbygningen accents the amazing exhibited art- and design pieces and creates a grand atmosphere.The old Museumsbygningen on Kastelvej has always been a plac...
Stine Goya's very first flagship store is located in inner city right by King's Garden.At Stine Goya you can spend all your money on printed outfits, subtle colours, classic Goya pieces with gold, pastels and peach coloured goodies. Renew your wardrobe with both casual and party clothes. T...
On a quiet street in the royal quarter around Nyboder, Frama Studio Store lies nestled in the old space of St. Pauls Apotek, dating back to 1878. Frama operates in various creative fields and produces beautiful designs in furniture, lighting, kitchens, books and apparel.Frama Studio Stor...
Getting a good night's sleep is vital to any holiday - regardless if your backpacking or want to surround yourself with luxury. Copenhagen offers something for every traveler; from budget-friendly hotels and hostels to exquisite luxury and cool contemporary design and boutique hotels.
Good to know about the Covid-19 situation in Denmark
Restaurants and cafés
Restaurants, cafés, bars, are for now open until midnight. For indoor service, a corona passport must be presented. For outdoor service, a corona passport is not required.
From the 15th of July opening hours are prolonged to 02.00. Nightlife such as clubs remains closed until September 1st.
All stores, shopping centres, etc. are open. Wearing a mask is no longer required. Hand sanitizing is recommended.
Cultural Institutions, Religious Services, Social Life, etc.
Museums, art venues, theatres, amusement parks, zoological gardens etc. are open. Corona passport must be presented.
Wearing a mask in public transport is still required, but only if standing.