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Small in size but innovative in many areas, Denmark is on the radar of many countries that want to move towards more sustainable goals: environment, ecology, new Nordic cuisine, design, architecture, horizontal management ... all trending at the moment, and which provoke curiosity and sometimes admiration. And if you also consider that the Danes are the happiest people in the world, you will have plenty of reasons to visit Copenhagen and choose this destination for your next corporate event or package tour.
ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT
A city where life is easy-going, with a serene atmosphere, away from the usual tumult of big cities. Copenhagen, a city with ambitious ecological objectives, was voted European Green Capital 2014 by the European Commission. More than half of the population commutes to work by bike as the infrastructure encourages it.
The New Nordic cuisine, everyone is talking about it, especially as NOMA, the best restaurant in the world, is based in the Danish capital. The New Nordic Cuisine manifesto advocates, among other things, a return to the source, respect for the seasons, local self-sufficiency, the promotion of animal welfare and durable productions. An organic cuisine, tasty and relying on locally grown products.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Several architects have contributed to the international renown of Danish architecture: Jørn Utzon, who built the Sydney Opera House, Johan Otto von Spreckelsen and the masterpiece of the Grande Arche de la Défense in Paris and especially Arne Jacobsen, leader of the functionalists, whose influence was important both in the field of architecture and design. Design is a preoccupation inherent in the culture and everyday life of the Danes. Noble materials, functional and minimalist lines. Many of the products created have become archetypes or even icons of twentieth-century design.
In Denmark, natural resources are modest, but the imagination is fertile.
This imagination inspires the rich tradition of Scandinavian design in which 3 concepts recur: beauty, simplicity and utility.
We offer tours of the ‘Great Classics of Danish Design’ and their contemporaries.
It is intended for designers, interior designers, trend researchers, art craftsmen, journalists of specialized magazines, interior decorators, professors and students of any arts ...
Denmark is pragmatic, always focused on simple solutions and marked by a managerial culture that seems very unusual to any employee coming from abroad.
The flat organisational culture is reflected in the spatial organization of workspaces with mobile workstations, offices, meeting rooms accessible to all and above all an organization reflecting the needs of everyone rather than their hierarchical position.
You will visit the offices of the largest Danish companies, but also the large French groups / companies represented in Copenhagen and you will have the opportunity to talk with the developers of those spaces.