Ferm Living sets up shop in Copenhagen landmark

May 10, 2016 / OLD news posts
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As part of its ten-year anniversary celebrations Danish homeware brand Ferm Living has opened up a pop-up shop in one of Copenhagen’s industrial landmarks. The Bremerholm 6 power station, designed by architect Hans Christian Hansen in 1962 has stood empty since it was closed down in 2013. Now, until May 28, it will play home to the Ferm Living universe, including the latest collections, exhibitions, a cafe and a plant shop.

‘We have been looking for an extraordinary space to open our first shop. A location, which will be seen as an extension of our design ambitions. We feel that we have found that in the old power station, with its characteristic exterior and raw and authentic interior which works as a perfect contrast to our products’, says Trine Andersen, creative director and founder of Ferm Living.

Don’t have time to hop across to the Danish capital? Take a peek inside the brand’s first store with our gallery of images…