This museum is very beautiful, where you can see ancient and modern art designs, and give people inspiration and inspiration for design.
The Danish Design Museum belongs to a place with a long history. The specifications of the entire Design Museum are quite large. You can see a lot of interesting content here, and the building area of the museum is also quite large.
The Danish Design Museum can enjoy many good design works. The entire museum collection is very rich, and the design is quite exquisite. The Design Museum has a large collection of paintings you can visit.
If you buy a Copenhagen Card, you can play here for free. It shows some basic Danish designs. From practical chairs to clothes, everything is worth seeing. At the same time, the order of the exhibition is also very reasonable, not too many, just right
The Danish Museum of Art and Design, which exhibits ceramics, home, clothing, posters, fabric batiks and so on from the 17th and 18th centuries, covers the world. The permanent exhibition has fashion and fabrics, Danish iconic designs for the fin chairs, 20th century crafts and designs, today's Danish design, poster culture design, and currently two-year-long exhibition in Denmark to learn from Japanese designs, until next June the exhibition ends. Of course, the most important is the introduction of Nordic design, Danish design. Especially in the fashion exhibitions found that the current fashion has actually appeared in the 1960s and 1970s, is really a fashion cycle. In addition to the exhibition hall, the museum has a small library and shop selling a wide variety of art design books and unique Nordic design products; On the left hand side of the entrance, you will pass through the museum restaurant, which also has an outdoor section for summer, and a small garden and stage in the courtyard, which also has a play during the summer evening. The settings of the museum all reflect the reasons for the Nordic design trend around the world, although not big, but the harvest is much. The museum is located in the center of Copenhagen, not far from the famous churches, palaces, easy to reach. We visited the museum in the morning because we were sheltering from the rain and had a brunch at the museum restaurant after the tour, the price was not particularly increased because it was in the museum, the taste was good, sitting outside in the garden area, the air after the rain was more fresh and pleasant.
Danish design is a design style often used to describe functionalism and the development of architecture in the mid-20th century. Influenced by the German Bauhaus school, many Danish designers combine minimalism with functionalism and use new industrial technologies to design buildings, furniture and household goods, many of which have become typical and are still used and produced. Famous examples include egg chairs, PH lamps and Sydney Opera House. The museum has some decorations, artworks from the late Middle Ages to the present, etc. The museum also has some short-term exhibitions, the collection is very scenic and well worth visiting!