HOTEL SKT. PETRI
Situated in the Krystalgade close to Copenhagen's main shopping boulevard Strøget, the Royal Palace and the hottest nightlife spots, Hotel Skt. Petri is the perfect gateway to explore this hip and vibrant Northern European metropolis. The 268-room hotel is everything which top-notch modern Scandinavian design has to offer: modern urban living comfort, featuring minimalist style and a magnificent to-the-point functionality with sober and strong lines. Danish artist Per Arnoldi has based the color scheme on the tricolor: bright whites contrasting with cool blues and vivid reds adorn the Skt Petri's interiors down to every last kitchen utensil.
Designed by UK based Orbit Design Group, Umami offers a truly unique dining experience. Based on the Japanese philosophy of natural, seasonal ingredients, accentuated by the substance and tradition of French cuisine. With an international flavour, Umami offers the very best in modern Japanese cuisine - Copenhagen style.
The Jørn Utzon designed Paustian flagship in Copenhagen is a must-see for all designer furniture lovers. Besides owning an extensive catalogue—one of Denmark’s largest furniture retailers is also the sole importer of household design names that would make any modern design glutton an immediate fan: Ruckstuhl, Verner Panton, Charles and Ray Eames are but a few of the hidden gems inside the store.
ILLUM DEPARTMENT STORE
The leading department store in Denmark, Illum has everything for the design seeker - from Fashion to Furniture it's all here.
DANSK MOBELKUNST GALLERY
Founded in Copenhagen in 1992 by Ole Høstbo, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery specialises in 20th Century Scandinavian design. Since it first opened, the gallery has become a leading authority in Danish historical design from 1920–1970, with particular emphasis on rare modernist furniture, lighting and ceramics. The gallery regularly showcases some of Scandinavia’s most important furniture designers and architects in solo exhibitions such as - Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Poul Henningsen, Poul Kjærholm, Finn Juhl, Frits Henningsen, Børge Mogensen, Ole Wanscher and Kaare Klint.