As the summer is my favorite time of the year and that the beach is just 15 min bikeride away, I recommend Amager strand. Full of people usually though, but even so it gives a bit of an exotic touch to such a scandinavian city with the sea and the bright sand in the hot summer days.
As, mentioned before, I'm a big fan of summer and the short distance to the water for a swim. Islands Brygge is situated only 5 minutes away from my studio. I often go for a dip while working. Popular amongst all the people in Copenhagen and many people barbecue and have beers during the evening there.
For wine purchasing a good place is Rosforth & Rosforth. Even better is the location, under the knippelsbro bridge, very hidden.
Also nice for their professionally pleasant service and knowledge. And also for the interior.
Terkel Skou Steffensen is a danish designer based in Copenhagen. He did his design studies in Switzerland at ECAL, where he graduated from in 2016. He worked for danish design brands such as Hay, Menu and as product designer for Oeo Studio. Currently he runs his own design studio, focusing on product, furniture and interior design. He strives to create understandable design that people can relate to, and easy integrate in their homes.
Founded in 2015 Girls on Their Way Home (GOTWH) is a studio for art direction & design based in Copenhagen run by art director Kevin Pfaff.
Kevins main focus is on art direction, set design and production of photo shoots for fashion brands and magazines as well as brand identity, editorial and graphic design within the field of fashion and culture. Other work has included exhibition and textile design. Recent clients have included brands and magazines like: Maria Black Jewellery, Lehho, Å-Journal and Kinfolk Magazine, just to name a few.
Reference comes from a submersion of multiple cultures, which enables a refined perspective when considering vital aesthetic choices. GOTWH are able to maintain relationships with international clients, and are currently consulting with brands in Japan, Denmark, and the UK.