Danish Design Fair in the Danish Seamen’s Church

Half a thousand people showed up for the Danish Design Fair at the Danish Seamen’s Church. The event included delicate Danish Design at advantageous prices, smørrebrød and special brewed Danish beer.

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

The well-known tones of Malaga by Danish artist Thomas Helmig fills the room with a Danish summer nostalgic feel. The long and bright summer nights as we know them best. The delicate sound comes from the Danish high-end B&O speakers who are among the Danish designers participating in the event.

More than 550 people visited the church at the event, which was about much more than just spending – but hey, spending money on great Danish Design is always great. The event brought people in the Danish expat society together to enjoy each other’s company and the things they have in common.

And there is no real Danish event without real Danish foods. Therefore, Danish hotdogs with red sausages was a must. No less than 200 hotdogs were sold. But the big attraction was the “smørrebrød”. Within one and a half hour the 350 pieces were sold out.

See pictures from the event below:

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

Photo: Sara Brun Nielsen

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