"Learning from Japan" presents the museum's prestigious Japanese collection side by side with Danish crafts, design, architecture, and graphics inspired by Japan.
Join us for an exciting trip through the history of fashion and fabric, from peasant-style lace and silk embroidery to Haute Couture, with an emphasis on Danish fashion over the past 400 years.
See how design reflects the important ideas of the 20th century, from the avant-garde to functionalism to environmentalism and recycling.
Get a look at a wide spectrum of contemporary Danish design, including furniture, product design, graphic design, fashion, and design for public spaces.
The Danish Chair is closed on Tuesday the 15th and Wednesday the 16th og May.
Get close to a special material that reflects the changes in inspiration, interior design, and food culture in Europe.