Once a source of electricity for the entire city, now a source of inspiration for the design community – Hans Christian Hansen’s designed power station at Bremerholm 6 in Copenhagen has been transformed into a buzzing design pop-up thanks to a Danish brand Ferm Living. The building is open to the public for the first time since it was closed in 2013 so if you have a sweet spot for raw, industrial spaces and stylish Scandinavian furniture & homeware make sure to check it out because it can’t get any better than this.
Old industrial buildings can sit empty and unused for decades becoming nothing more than an eyesore. In Celebration of their 10th anniversary, Ferm LIVING repurposed this power station into an exciting retail space inviting design professionals and aficionados alike for a unique shopping experience.
A series of activities and events have been planned and a courtyard cafe is on hand for caffeine fixes and Danish pastry indulgences.
The Ferm LIVING pop-up shop is open all weekdays and Saturday until May 28.
Photography by Ferm LIVING
Tags: copenhagen, danish, design, Ferm LIVING, shopping
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