A design kind of Easter in Copenhagen

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Nimb bar with Dinesen flooring.

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The lovely Haiku sofa by GamFratesi for Fredericia Furniture paired with the duo's TS table for Gubi at Almanak.

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The Spanish Chair by Børge Mogensen at the Cocktail bar Lidkoeb in Copenhagen.

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The J39 Chair by Børge Mogensen and the Spine bar stool by Space Cph at Llama restaurant.

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The Spine bar stool by Space Cph at Restaurant Llama.

Published
01.04.2015

Easter is upon us – and what better way to celebrate it than to treat yourself to a Danish design tour around Copenhagen’s restaurant and bar scene?

Begin your day with a deluxe brunch at the stylish Nimb hotel. Food is served in the bar area on the first floor, where you can enjoy the beautiful fireplace, stunning chandeliers and never-ending Dinesen Douglas floor planks.

After that you should walk through the city and down towards Nyhavn and the harbourside to the Standard, which has a variety of restaurants. When it is time for lunch, go to Almanak! Christina Meyer Bengtsson and Ulrik Nordentoft decorated the entire restaurant with great Danish design. Sit back and relax in the stunning Haiko sofa by GamFratesi for Fredericia Furniture and enjoy a meal with the best from the Nordic kitchen.

It is Easter after all, so now it is time for an afternoon cocktail. What better place to do so than to go to Vesterbro and take a seat in front of the fireplace in the Spanish Chair by Børge Mogensen at Lidkoeb.

As the Easter weather is not the warmest in Denmark, Llama is the place to go for some South American flavours, which are exactly what you need for your dinner. BIG architects are behind the design of the restaurant, which is a great mix of Danish design chairs such as Børge Mogensen’s J39 and the Spine bar stool by Space Cph and colourful tiles to embrace the South American style.

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