The Danish Museum of Art and Design exhibits ceramics, home furnishings, clothing, posters, cloth batiks and so on from the 17th and 18th centuries to the present. The exhibits cover the whole world. Permanent exhibitions include fashion and fabrics, Denmark's iconic designs - seats, 20th century crafts and designs, today's Danish design, poster culture design, and Danish learning from Japanese design currently on display for two years until the end of the exhibition in June next year. Of course, the most important is the introduction of Nordic design and Danish design. Especially in the fashion development area, we will find that the original fashion has appeared as early as the 1960s and 1970s, which is really a fashion cycle. In addition to the exhibition hall, the museum also has a small library and shop, selling a wide range of art and design books and unique Nordic design products; as soon as you enter the door, you will pass through the museum's restaurant on the left hand side, the restaurant and the outside of the room for opening in summer, there is a small garden and stage in the yard, and there will be a play in the summer evening. The museum's various settings all reflect the reasons why Nordic design is popular all over the world. Although it is not big, it has a lot to gain. The museum is located in the central tourist area of Copenhagen, not far from the famous churches and palaces, so it is easy to reach. Because of shelter from rain, we visited the museum first in the morning, and then we had a brunch in the restaurant of the museum. The price would not be raised because it was in the museum. It tasted good. Sitting in the garden area outside, the air after the rain was more fresh and pleasant.
Coming out of the Palace of Amirinburg and on the way to the Little Mermaid, I accidentally walked through the Danish Design Museum! The museum is an old-fashioned building with hundreds of years of history. From the collection, we can see the achievements made by the world-renowned Danish designers in the field of design and architecture.
Denmark is the world's largest home design country. This Danish design museum is designed to reflect the history and all aspects of Danish design. Short-term exhibitions are often held here, and there are many interesting interactive designs, you can experience them.
To Denmark, we must not miss the famous "Danish Design". The Danish Museum of Design is located in a Rococo-style building in Copenhagen, where you can see many decorative or practical works of design. Of course, as a design museum, you can also see many works from other countries, even China, but the focus is of course Denmark.
Danish design is a kind of architectural design style which is often used to describe the functional design and the development of the mid-20th century. Influenced by the German Bauhaus School, many Danish designers combined minimalism and functionalism to design buildings, furniture and household goods with new industrial technologies, many of which have become typical designs and are still being used and produced. Famous examples include egg chairs, PH lights and the Sydney Opera House. Museum exhibits from the late Middle Ages to the present some decorations, artworks and so on. Museum also often holds some short-term exhibitions. All kinds of collections are very ornamental and worth visiting!
The opening time is 11-17 o'clock. It's about 10 minutes'walk north of Frederick Church. There are many collections, including ancient and modern design and creation, from ceramics, woodwork to furniture and other types, some of which are quite innovative, but in general the museum is not as good as imagined. You can go when you have enough time, but you can neglect if you don't have enough time.
A very good museum, every household item is very creative and characteristic, very "Denmark", everything wants to take home. In addition to the design of the sky, the whole museum reveals a strong humanistic concept, the interaction between the exhibition and the audience, the design and practical combination is perfect. From ticket offices to exhibition areas to cafes, souvenir shops and courtyards, surprises are everywhere.