A stunning stylish office space: The Danish Fashion and Textile Association Office

Ever thought about a dream office to work at in the most stylish environment? Well, the Danish Fashion and Textile Association office will probably bring you very close. There might be a trend brought up by Danish culture. Their headquarters look more than a private apartment than a showroom or office itself. I guess by now you have all seen the images of the Muuto offices in Copenhagen (if not, have a look here).

Danish Fashion and Textile Association Office

Architect and designer Helle Flou, founder of quite new Copenhagen-based studio HelleFlou, was responsible for the design of these offices now. The studio works within fashion, retail, housing, hotel, restaurants, and offices.

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My first impression when seeing the mid high open workspaces was of rather being skeptical and I still am, to be honest (must be a freelancer thing :-)  But if the briefing was of an open working area with several departments to live close by, it has been solved and executed in a brilliant way. It looks really stylish, feels like being home, and you have much more private space when sitting desk to desk.

I have a closer eye on Danish design since I went to Copenhagen in May, it is probably one of the hottest markets right now when it comes to spot new trends, and these offices, I believe will mark a turning point for future projects.

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6 Responses

  1. That grey partition with grey carpeting and stylish grey chairs actually looks kinda nice. If it was my office i wouldn’t ever want to leave. Light pink one also looks nice as well!

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