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Interesting museum obviously focused on Danish design from different times. It’s a rectangular building and you can wander around in either direction at you own pace. You could spend an hour there or several (but you’d need to be really interested).
A lot of the...More
Allow yourself enough time as a lot is packed in to this relatively small museum built around a square lawn.
There is lots that is familiar and lots that is very new. Although there is not a huge amount of information on the exhibit descriptions...More
An impressive, huge museum to visit. There was almost too much to see, unless this is your passion. One room alone had possibly over 100 chairs to see.
The cafe has very tasty food, which we hadn't experienced this type of food previously. Crowed inside...More
We took a guided tour in English which was free once the admission was paid. Really enjoyed hearing about a diverse selection of chairs and how Danish design became an international brand. There was a wide spectrum of contemporary design,like furniture, product design, graphic, design,...More
Interesting museum. We didn’t realize it would begin with Japan and take so long to get to what we think of as modern Danish design, of which there is less than we expected. And it was stuffy enough to make us less interested than we...More
This museum is the one to see! Get there early to avoid the crowds and go to the left first to get the history of design and the influence of the Japanese on Danish design. Be sure to also watch the video on Borge Mogensen....More
A really nice way to view Danish design through time. I particularly enjoyed the chair exhibit. I took many photos. It was fun. Surprisingly, the place where we were staying had a lot of the chairs and lamps on display at the museum.
We went to the design museum of Denmark becausecI thought it might be interesting to my nephew who intended to study art. The museum displays were mainly of Danish designers on fabric, furniture, and porcelain. When we visited, it had a special exhibition on Japanese...More
I visited the museum on a Wednesday evening when they're open late (usually close at 6pm but are open til 9pm on Wednesdays). I caught the 6:30pm free tour in English. The 30 min tour didn't cover the whole museum, just the feature exhibit and...More