Bredgade in Copenhagen is the main street that runs out from the large public square of Kongens Nytorv to Esplanaden and Kastellet beyond and is the spine of the 18th-century part of the city.
It is lined with palaces, grand apartments and major institutional buildings and museums including, at the far end, the Design Museum.
Here there are some of the long-established art and antique dealers and auction houses in the city and main display spaces of Danish design companies including Carl Hansen, Rud. Rasmussen and Montana.
The street will celebrate with an open evening on Friday 19th August when there will be special displays and refreshments, including street food. It is a great opportunity to meet and talk to professionals from design and art in the city.
Friday 19th August 2016 15.00 - 20.00