Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Discover Nanna Ditzel's furniture, Richard Mortensen paintings, and Arne Jacobsen's Kubeflex home at Trapholt. A team of architects designed the museum around a long wall reminiscent of the "running fence" project by the Bulgarian-American landscape artist Christo. The interior of the long wall serves as a museum walkway, which separates the parking lot from the sculpture garden. Bring a packed lunch for a picnic in the apple orchard overlooking Kolding Fjord. The museum also houses collections of handicrafts, mainly pottery and textiles, and contemporary Danish furniture, including more than 500 chairs from the 20th century. Put Trapholt on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Kolding vacation trip planner.
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Super godt med både en fast udstilling og en skiftende. Har en lækker cafe og en flot shop. Lækre udenoms arealer og noget som fantastisk som Arne Jacobsens sommerhus med kompetent rundviser.Super good with both a fixed and a rotating exhibition. Have a delicious Café and a nice shop. Delicious dinner land and something as amazing as Arne Jacobsen's cottage with competent round lists.show original
Visit takes you to history of designs from Denmark. This place is best for those who like art and culture. I liked the summer house concept and the typical Danish designs. Very pleasing to eyes!
This is a restaurant, design center, school, museum, and shopping experience all wrapped into one. I found it on trip advisor while looking for a place for a nice light bite to eat. An amazing store a... read more »
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