The photographer Jesper Lindström has photographed a few water holes in Copenhagen for Residence Magazine. The story was published in 2013 and features the agents/shop owners in their spaces. With so much going on in the Danish capital right now – new shops, new ventures and brands – d a lot has happened since then.
But these spaces are still a must stop by when in town.
Nils Strøjer Christophersen and his company Frama recently moved to a new amazing space in an old pharmacy building, but every space that Frama sets foot in has a unique character. Having seen images of Nils home its easy to see they very much reflect his own taste. Apart from a range of really good furniture and accessories, Frama also take orders on custom built kitchens. These days they are represented by Nordiska galleriet in Stockholm, but we truly recommend a visit.
Oliver Gustav is an interior designer, set designer and shop owner representing hand picked exclusive pieces by designers such as Rick Owens and Faye Toogood, pieces you cannot find elsewhere. A true gem and an inspration to visit: this is a place you will not forget.
The Apartment was founded by Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornhauer and exhibits 20th century furniture, contemporary art and design in the setting of an 18th century apartment in the heart of Copenhagen. It is a forever changing space, more flamboyant than traditionally Danish. They recently had Ilse Crawford as Guest of Honoutr, a ral tae over of The Apartment, facilitationg a pop up restaurant at the very back, hosted by Atelier September.
Stilleben is a must stop by, a shop as well as a producer of a really nice selection of prints and ceramics and smaller accessories. They do have a webshop, but its far more inspirational visiting the shop and meeting the owners.