One of Denmark’s most loved interiors brand Ferm Living has set up its new boutique in the historic Kuglegården 1-5 building that dates all the way back to 1777. Nestled between picturesque canals against a quirky backdrop of houseboats in the bohemian town of Christiania, the building’s façade creates a stunning contrast for the stylish products by Ferm Living. The building’s 1,900m² has undergone a total renovation, and in addition to housing the Danish label’s offices, the building will also feature a 450m² combined showroom and boutique – its first such facility.
“This is a thrilling milestone for Ferm Living. It has always been a dream and a goal for us to have a space in which we can welcome the public into our universe. To be able to do that in such a beautiful, historic location in the heart of our beloved hometown is very exciting for us.” – founder and creative director Trine Andersen
The boutique and showroom will make up the ground floor of the building. The first and second floor in the building will accommodate the operational and creative staff, including Ferm Living’s team of designers, who will be experimenting and creating new collections only steps away from end consumers.
Christiania is a former military base that sat abandoned for many years before it was transformed into a gentrified and hipster neighbourhood. It’s also a car-free zone, so the only modes of transport available are metro, bus and bikes.
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