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Apart from exhibitions, events, publications, research, library and learning activities a lot of other things are happening at Designmuseum Danmark. Stay tuned for our recommendations and news about design here.


I can create

Over a three-year period, Lighthouse Aviation Group will support Designmuseum Danmark’s efforts to reach out to children seeking asylum and young refugees

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Listen to Danish design: New Podcast


Welcome to Designmuseum Denmark’s podcast ‘Danish design podcast’.

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In this podcast you will get an understanding of Danish design. Both today and back in time. You will get to know world famous designers like Hans Wegner, Børge Mogensen and Arne Jacobsen. And how these great pioneers still inspire designers in Denmark and around the world.

You will get an understanding of the qualities that makes Danish design special. From the famous chairs from the Golden Age of Danish design to the modern solutions of today, where designers bring important issues like sustainability and environmental issues into their designs.

The Danish design podcast is made in collaboration with Tourism+ Culture Lab

With support from

Region Hovedstaden

Greater Copenhagen


Wonderful Copenhagen

New visual identity for Designmuseum Danmark

10 April 2017

On 10 May Designmuseum Danmark will launch a new visual profile. The two companies Urgent.Agency and Stupid Studio are the creative forces behind a new brand identity and a new digital platform.

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Major new design festival launches in Denmark

25  April 2017

Danish Design Festival is a significant new initiative, uniting Danish design events and organisations for the first time. Taking place in locations across Denmark from 4 May to 9 June 2017, the first edition of the festival will promote and celebrate diversity in Danish design and craft through exhibitions, experiences, talks, conferences and awards.

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New record in visitor numbers

1 January 2017

Design sells tickets. This fact is proven by the rise in visitor numbers from 2016, where 229.179 visitors went through the museum’s front door.