Housed in an 18,000-square-foot space in the Østerbro neighborhood of the Danish capital, Normann Copenhagen is a design mecca spread across four different areas. With a hall, stage, ballroom and gallery, the store pays homage to the previous residents of the building, which included theaters, a sound studio and a water distillery. From a steel-clad hallway to a room decorated completely in pink, Normann Copenhagen’s flagship store/showroom has a unique and inspiring style. It was designed to respect the past, but it also looks to the future with ever-changing exhibits. The selection in the store includes the brand’s innovative furniture, textiles, home goods and clothing alongside a mix of external designers. Normann Copenhagen Østerbrogade 70 2100 Copenhagen Denmark TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Plein Air Café Drawing from the impressionist ideal of painting outdoors, partners Soo Choi and Kevin Heisner have made Chicago's Plein Air Café a dreamy space. St. John Bread and Wine Opened by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver in 2003, St. John Bread and Wine combines a daily set menu with baked goods and artfully chosen wines. Do You Read Me? When it first opened its doors in 2008 in Berlin's Mitte neighborhood, this popular magazine shop presented a modest collection of 100 titles. Peter Miller Architecture Peter Miller Books has been an essential place to visit in Seattle for a quarter century. March If only we could have kitchens that are exact replicas of this beautiful San Francisco shop called March. Heide Museum of Modern Art Heide Museum of Modern Art combines contemporary art, architecture, gardens and coffee into what is a lovely way to while away your afternoon.