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The Danish chair an International affair exhibition. Design Museum Denmark

1890/1893

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Designmuseum Danmark was founded in 1890 by the Confederation of Danish Industries in Copenhagen and the Ny Carlsberg Museumslegat. It opened to the public in 1895 in a newly-built museum building on what is now H.C. Andersens Boulevard and moved in 1926 to its current location, a former hospital. The museum’s main goal from the beginning was to communicate the idea of quality within design. By exhibiting exemplary objects and collections, it seeks to raise the level of Danish industrial products and act as a source of inspiration for people working in industry. It also aims at making contemporary consumers more critical and quality-oriented.

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  • Title: The Danish chair an International affair exhibition. Design Museum Denmark
  • Date Created: 1890/1893
  • Location Created: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Type: Design Museum
  • Art Form: Design

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