District
Rundetårn
Rundetårn (The Round Tower) is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. The building was designed with its unusual spiral shaped path to allow horses and carts to transport heavy astronomical equipment. A short walk away is Israel Plads and Torvehallerne, perfect for food and sports lovers alike. The charming glass market halls of Torvehallerne are full of delicious treats offering both local and international delicacies.
Adjacent to the food market is Israels Plads, formerly a military barracks before being developed into a public space in the late 20th century. Israel Plads is a popular space for people to enjoy the sun, skateboard, visit the occasional vintage market, and play basketball on courts made out of used Nike shoes. A perfect district to end your day’s activities and start your evening. Remember to pass by 3daysofdesign hub at hotel 25Hours while in the area.
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It all began in 2013 as a small design event held in an old warehouse in Nordhavn, a harbour area overlooking Copenhagen’s waterfront. Four Danish brands launched the event as a joint initiative: Montana, Erik Jørgensen (now owned by Fredericia Furniture), Anker & Co, and Kvadrat. At that time, Copenhagen lacked a proper design festival, since the previous annual furniture fair at Bella Center closed down some years before.

Today, the 3daysofdesign festival extends to the entire city of Copenhagen and is considered the most significant annual design festival in Scandinavian

Each year since its inception, 3daysofdesign has grown in popularity exponentially. In 2023, over 250 brands exhibited at the festival, where visitors could choose from as many as 500 events to attend in various design districts across Copenhagen, such as design talks, networking events, etc.

3daysofdesign takes place every year in Copenhagen mainly during the second week of June from Wednesday to Friday. In 2024 the festival will be held from 12 - 14 June.

Pack your bags, book a hotel and come to Copenhagen! 3daysofdesign is open to the general public and everyone is invited to visit the showrooms, exhibitions, workshops and design talks. All events are free of charge – however for certain design talks and events, you need to book in advance. Please check the programme, which is updated on an ongoing basis, at 3daysofdesign.dk

You can look forward to seeing cutting-edge concepts from new and established names in lifestyle, design, furniture and interior design. Get a preview of new product launches. Learn about upcoming trends on the horizon. Meet the players behind forward-thinking ideas worth knowing. And network with like-minded people with a passion for design.

It's easy to get around in Copenhagen.

Rent a bike, jump on the bus or metro, catch a boat or simply walk from venue to venue. At the same time, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the architecture, restaurants, cafes, shops and Copenhagen's relaxed vibe by day and vibrant night life.

Yes! Remember to download our app onto your Android or iPhone. Our app gives you an overview of all events taking place during the festival - a complete list of all exhibitions, with details as to where to find them on our virtual 3daysofdesign map.