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An exhibition that brings you close to the danish fashion designer Erik Mortensen and his work for the haute couture houses Pierre Balmain and Jean-Louis Scherrer in the 1980s and early 1990s.
The museum collaborates with the danish Red Cross School, Skolen på Bakken, on a project aimed at teaching asylum seeking kids. The two partners believe that they can create a cross-cultural dialogue through design processes and a focus everyday objects. (press release in Danish only - contact for information in English).
Designmuseum Danmark is ready to switch on your senses in the exhibition, UNFOLDS. The exhibition presents 25 unique works created by some of the country’s most skilled cabinetmakers, all of who have
used the cube as their frame of reference.
Permanent exhibition focussing on contemporary danish design from the 21st century.
The Danish Chair is a wunderkammer of chairs. In the exhibition, Designmuseum Danmark tells the story of how Danish design turned into an international mega-brand.
The exhibition presents the Museum’s impressive Japanese collection alongside Japanese-inspired Danish arts and crafts, design, architecture and graphics.