Normann Copenhagen is a well-known international brand that became increasingly responsible on defining the new trends in the design industry.
Their flagship opened a few years ago, as an innovative lifestyle store, to showcase not only their own products and collections, but also a range of design objects, clothing, gadgets, art and the well-known city guides by Wallpaper and Louis Vuitton.
The flagship was recently remodel to be transformed into ‘art installation’, says designer Hans Hornemann, who explains that they’ve ‘played with the contrast between warm and cold’ in a contemporary interior that pays homage to its past.
The location has been used for many different purposes. That includes a distillery, a theatre, a sound studio, and lately, a cinema. The original stucco in the ceiling was preserved, to keep the historical refferences of the building.
Customer service and comfort is the priority. The flagship is divided into a 20 metre-long sofa adorned hall, a grand ballroom with terrazzo-covered steps, a stage area and a gallery. This one ponctuated by a glamorous pink and by the curated playlists made to compliment the site-specific compositions.
An indredible voyage of design discovery and, for sure, one of the must-sees for any design shopper visiting Copenhagen.