The recently opened grand 77-room Nobis Hotel in Copenhagen is housed in an gorgeous historic 5,400-square-meter landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.
Since 1911 Danish design house Fredericia, which started as a chair factory, have been betting on sustainability and the quality of their materials.
When mentioning Paris’ Champs-Élysées, everybody can imagine crowds of tourist. Nevertheless, it’s worth discovering hidden gems such as the Maison du Denmark and its sumptuous Flora Danica brasserie and the Copenhague restaurant.
Väkst restaurant in Copenhagen is a green oasis in the middle of the city’s Sankt Peders Stræde. Inspired by the idea of recycling, it is part of the Cofoco restaurant group, bringing the essence of Nordic cuisine and design.
At Trendland we Love Cactus! And when a concept store opens with only cacti we are already fan! Kaktus København is Denmark’s first concept store for cacti and succulents.
Whether you’re looking for elegant Danish design, minimalist Nordic fashion or the ingeniously innovative Scandinavian foodie scene, you’ll find it all in Copenhagen.
Japanese artist and Queen of polka dots Yayoi Kusama (see Obliteration Room) expands an infinity of polka-dots in different rooms of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, in Denmark. Through her installations, we can count In Infinity and Dots Obsession where the visitors are found in immersion in the heart of monochrome rooms in yellow and red, in…