Magasin du Nord flagship store, Copenhagen – Denmark

May 7th, 2014 by retail design blog

Magasin du Nord is Denmark’s oldest and biggest department store with 6 stores in central parts of Denmark. At the flagship store, located in a historical building in the heart of Copenhagen, the kitchen department has just been refurbished. The shop fit which was done by the in house design team has taken inspiration from the industrial lofts of New York and combined it with on trend materials like copper and metro tiles. To give the department a Scandinavian feel light driftwood has been used on main surfaces. To create smaller environments industrial glass walls with integrated shelves was used.

Photography: Jeppe Sørensen


















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