19 highlights at 3daysofdesign, Copenhagen

June 10, 2024

Our guide to rugs at 3daysofdesign

Here are 19 brands/creatives to see while spending 3 days in Copenhagen for 3daysofdesign, an even that is growing in size and popularity.

Bolon will be at Atelier September

Bolon, Kronprinsessegade 62 

The brand will be transforming cafe Atelier September’s premises into a miniature Bolon world.

cc tapis x Patricia Urquiola

Cc-tapis, Design / Dialogue, Pakhus 11, Dampfærgevej 2 

The Italian brand will focus on new rugs that were released in Milan in April: M’ama non m’ama by Patricia Urquiola, Swirl by Univers Uchronia, Raag by Doshi Levien, Naïf by david/nicolas and Everyday by cc-tapis.

ClassiCon, FRAMING, Odd Fellow Palace, Bredgade 28

Furniture masterpieces by Eileen Gray and ClassiCon’s latest new product by Herzog & de Meuron will be staged on a sculptural landscape of hand-knotted rugs. 

Designercarpets Drechsle – Transcendence, Werkstatt 167, Refshalevej 167A

At the Transcendence space, Drechsle will show two newly launched designs from the Swiss designer Sonnhild Kestler, Bela and Elis.

Ege, DDcated, Lapidarium Of Kings, Frederiksholms Kanal 29

The exhibition will invite you to explore and experience the mix of materials, textures and colours and features rugs by renowned designers, including Tom Dixon, Monsieur Christian Lacroix, Nicolette Brunklaus, Laura Bilde and Linnea Blæhr.

Heymat x Sight Unseen

Heymat, Kongens Nytorv 5

You will be able to see the new collaborative doormat collection by Heymat and Signs Unseen, which is inspired by furniture pieces designed by iconic women in the 1930s, 50s, 70s, and 90s.

Kasthall, FRAMING, Odd Fellow Palace, Bredgade 28

The focus for Kasthall will be the new rug collection, Landskab, designed by the renowned Danish designer Cecilie Manz.


Knothouse, Borgergade 17C

During 3daysofdesign, the Knothouse showroom will house the exhibition ‘RESILIENCE’, a showcase of Knothouse rugs alongside products by Natalia Criado, Susanne Storm, and Danielle Siggerud 


Layered, Holbergsgade 16

The exhibition by the Swedish brand will celebrate new rug collections with PoppyKalas, Teflon, and Evelina Kroon

Linie Design – Palægade 2

Watertopia is the name of Linie Design’s exhibition for this year’s 3daysofdesign,

M2Rugs x Sebastian Herkner

M2Rugs, FRAMING, Odd Fellow Palace, Bredgade 28

The Hamburg-based rug brand will launch the new collection Sustainettle by Sebastian Herkner, which is made out of Himalayan nettle.

Massimo Copenhagen – Løvstræde 5

The Danish brand will have a new collection of rugs on show.

Matias Moellenbach, House Of Design, Frederiksgade 1

The emerging furniture and interior design brand from Copenhagen, will show new textile designs with furniture and lighting pieces.


Nomad, House Of Design, Frederiksgade 1

The German brand will launch the new design A_Rug made of dyed cotton remnants combined with thick bouclé yarn. 

Nanimarquina, Ruby Atelier Gallery, Amaliegade 6

The space will be transformed into a ‘quasi-theatrical backdrop’ including furniture by Expormim and rugs by the Spanish brand in collaboration with Inga Sempé, Sabine Finkenauer and Chillida. 

Räkki Rugs, Design / Dialogue, Pakhus 11, Dampfærgevej 2

The brand from Berlin will be presenting a distinctive range of high-end, hand-knotted rugs from Nepal at at the stunning historical backdrop of Pakhus 11.

Signe Emdal

Signe Emdal, Danish Art Workshops – Selected Projects 

Sixteen artists will be exhibiting including Emdal, whose ‘loop’ work from 2022, called Palladio will be displayed (see COVER 72 for more about Emdal’s stunning artwork). 

Vandra Rugs – Kronprinsessegade 34B

Vandra’s captivating exhibition will unveil the newest designer rugs and innovations in the Carpathian wool, cotton, and wool felt collections.

Woodnotes – Buehøjgård Showroom, Bredgade 28A

Further developments in Woodnotes’ sustainable collections will be on show. 


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