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GUBI Store is a 400 square meter visual design universe that with its atypical environment displays the GUBI collection of iconic furniture, lighting and accessories.
The flagship store is located at Møntergade 19 in the heart of Copenhagen and on the border to the most exclusive shopping district. Here you can explore a colorful and evocative universe filled with classic designs from designers such as Greta M. Grossman and Mathieu Matégot, and new designs from among others GamFratesi.
You will also be able to find other carefully selected designs from Russel Wright, Utopia & Utility, Society and Skultuna and old Danish pottery from the 1930’s and 40’s by Arne Bang and Svend Hammershøj, along with Italian glass from the 60’s.
The store is a presentation of the development and design history over time – a history that starts in the 1930’s with the iconic Bestlite lamp until today with the characteristic Beetle chair – in the same way that we often live in our home with a mix of something old and something new.
The GUBI Store is located in the city’s most beautiful building that dates back to 1894. The raw concrete ceiling, which was one of the first concrete constructions in Copenhagen, together with the beautiful, original terrazzo floor surround the GUBI collection.
GUBI is a global design house on a continual quest. A journey. Fuelled by a passion to discover overlooked icons from the past and future icons in the making, GUBI has made a distinctive name for itself in the international design arena as a dynamic design force to be reckoned with.
Today, the GUBI collection includes a large selection of modern and international designers like Greta M. Grossman, Kerstin H. Holmquist, Mathieu Matégot, Robert Dudley Best and Jaques Adnet. These are complemented with new designers such as the Danish/Italian duo GamFratesi.
“We are talking about a really successful re-branding. GUBI was a design temple in the old days and now they are back for real. With the new store at Møntergade in Copenhagen, they raise the level of international class. It is un-Danish. It is sassy. It is refreshing and courageous. They have been at the forefront in terms of both colour palette and the new decorative era. One becomes happy, curious and inspired by entering their universe. As a salon. A coulisse. It contributes to making Copenhagen a design attraction … Yes, Møntergade has become the top of the pops. We celebrate the consistent and the uncompromising. And they are not listening or paying attention to what others do and think. ”