Finn Juhl: Architectural Furniture Designer, plan 4, runs until September 22. Free admission.
Get to know a Danish superstar from the Scandinavian 20th century design. Finn Juhl, one of the most prominent Scandinavian furniture designers during the 20th century will be presented through an exclusive selection of furniture, arts and crafts. The furniture and decor on display comes from the home in Ordrup, outside Copenhagen, which Finn Juhl designed and decorated himself in 1942.
The Treasury, one of Nationalmuseum’s exhibitions, plan 4. Free admission.
Here you can study up-close, 1,170 small objects of major significance from a span of six centuries. Everything from miniature portraits and other accessories such as jewelry, boxes and pocket watches.
Discover design! The Timeline, one of Nationalmuseum’s exhibitions, plan 4. Free admission.
Follow the evolution of design, from the 1920s until today. This is an ongoing timeline trough objects with both recognition and new acquaintances.
The Design Depot, one of Nationalmuseum's exhibitions, entrance floor. Free admission.
Through more than 1,200 objects, material, trends and design processes are portrayed. Here you can take a look at themes such as Inspiration from China in the early 18th century, Swedish Art Nouveau 1850-1900, Swedish Grace, Pop and Print from 1960-1970, The Figurine Returns or Contemporary Commented.
The Glass Bar in the museum´s restaurant is open for after work.