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A vibrant outpost for everything design in the eastern quarters of Copenhagen.

Housed in an 18,000-square-foot space in the Østerbro neighborhood of the Danish capital, Normann Copenhagen is a design mecca spread across four different areas. With a hall, stage, ballroom and gallery, the store pays homage to the previous residents of the building, which included theaters, a sound studio and a water distillery.

From a steel-clad hallway to  a room decorated completely in pink, Normann Copenhagen’s flagship store/showroom has a unique and inspiring style. It was designed to respect the past, but it also looks to the future with ever-changing exhibits. The selection in the store includes the brand’s innovative furniture, textiles, home goods and clothing alongside a mix of external designers.

Normann Copenhagen
Østerbrogade 70
2100 Copenhagen
Denmark

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