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Stilleben on Niels Hemmingsens Gade 3
Stilleben on Niels Hemmingsens Gade 3

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Norm’s Copenhagen

Norm Architects' favorite places in Copenhagen.

Tårnet

“Rasmus Bo Bojesen’s new restaurant, Tårnet, is in the tower of the Danish parliament. Taking inspiration from the Eiffel Tower and Berlin’s Reichstag, Denmark invites you to dine in the heart of Borgen and Danish democracy. The entrance to the tower is at the King’s Gate in the center of Christiansborg Palace.”

Tårnet

Christiansborg Slot, Copenhagen

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Papirøen. Photo: Maja Tini Jensen

The Village on Paper Island

“This is the new showroom of &Tradition. It’s pretty amazing. This part of Copenhagen was recently redeveloped and offers some of the best views of the city from across the harbor.”

Papirøen

Papirøen, Trangravsvej 24, Copenhagen

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Cinnober

“I love books and this little bookshop is very inspiring. Located near Rundetårn [the Round Tower] in a small basement, it offers a very tightly curated collection of books on photography, architecture, fashion, graphic design, and industrial design. It also sell prints, paper, and design items. It’s a hidden gem.”

Cinnober

Landemærket 9, Copenhagen

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Jægersborggade, Nørrebro

“Jægersborggade is one of the hippest and most buzzing streets in Copenhagen. Located in the vibrant Nørrebro area, this street is home to over three dozen shops, cafés, restaurants, and bars.”

Jægersborggade

Jægersborggade, Copenhagen

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Stilleben

Stilleben

“This is a lovely shop with a wealth of beautiful ceramics, prints, jewelry, glassware, and textiles. Everything a design aficionado could wish for.”

Stilleben

Niels Hemmingsens Gade 3, Copenhagen

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