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by Anders Arhoj
Anders Arhoj is a ceramist, children’s book illustrator, and the founder of Studio Arhoj, a small independent design studio.
The garden houses the country’s largest collection of living plants, which can be viewed indoors and outside depending on the year. Don’t miss the greenhouses.
Savor a sweet cream ball at this chocolate shop. Licorice and marzipan are popular year-round, and raspberries are available in the summer.
Enjoy a traditional Danish lunch here featuring open sandwiches and three-serving platters. Order the pickled herring and don’t leave without a shot of snaps.
This small studio is run by Arhoj in an old envelope factory. You can observe the hand thrown and hand cast ceramics being made and pick up a few to take home.
Though trends change, this shop specializes in classic fashion and accessories for men, women, and children. Pick up a signature tote to carry around town.
This food market is where Copenhageners come for fresh food, local produce, snacks, and tons of coffee. Stop by on Wednesdays for a glass or two of sparkling.
Go to this museum for the indoor garden and stay for the ancient collections of Roman and Greek pottery and French and Danish art from the 19th century.
Furniture / Home
This shop is dedicated to a carefully selected mix of international handmade ceramics, textiles, furniture, and prints all handpicked by the two founders.
Explore Danish design history here. Before joining the free-guided tours on Sundays at 2 pm, stop by the café, grab a sandwich, and sit in the outdoor garden.