After 10 hours of rest, we are excited and refreshed to begin Day 2 of the tour. Day 2’s schedule was as follows:
DAY TWO TOUR SCHEDULE
9-11 am Guided Exhibition visit: Design Museum Danmark
11-1:30 pm Magnus Olesen-BellaCenter & Bella Sky
2-4:30 pm Grundfos Workshop at Copenhagen Towers
5-7 pm Louis Poulsen tour and Lighting Lab
As the 10 hours of sleep involved missing the first event; I went back a few days later to enjoy the Design Museum Danmark.
The Design Museum Danmark was founded in 1890 and is Denmark’s largest museum for Danish industrial design, decorative and applied Arts. The Museum’s goal is to display exemplary products in order to serve as an inspiration to the industry and thus raise the overall industry standards. Housed in the former King Fredrick’s Hospital, the museum’s dual parallel rooms allow the visitor many great examples of inspiring Danish design.
Curator, Karen Kjaergaard shares a time-lapse of the Reflected image installation for the Copenhagen Design Week 2011.
Now off to Bella Sky by Metro to meet up with the tour group. . .