The place to be in Copenhagen right now: Atelier September, a cafe/shop hybrid in the city’s Gothersgade neighborhood that attracts an in-the-design-know crowd. Frederik Bille Brahe runs the cafe part of the operation, where he serves natural food and artisan coffee into the late afternoon, while the back of the house is the purview of designers Jonas and Annette Trampedach, who offer a selection of furniture, lighting, antiques, vintage posters, and more, as well as pieces from their own collection. Join us for a tour.
Photography by Millel Hariba and Line Thit Klein, courtesy of Atelier September.
Above: Frederik Bille Brahe presides over the cafe; a row of wall-mounted shelves from India lines the kitchen wall (for purchasing ideas, see High/Low: The Indian Stainless Steel Dish Rack).
Above: The sunlit cafe space is outfitted with a mix of vintage and midcentury pieces; wine bottles line the shelves.
Above: A framed Picasso poster.
Above: A chair by Belgian cult designers Muller van Severen hovers in the background.
Above: In the shop, Jonas and Annette Trampedach mix contemporary brands such as Wastberg, Arco, and Hvida with a selection of French antiques and vintage posters.
Above: The gallery is painted a unified shade of pale gray to offset the wares.
Above: The Muller van Severen chaise with a sculptural table.
Above (L to R): Tables from Jonas Trampedach’s aluminum Rivet Project series and his limited-edition plaster Moby lamp in collaboration with Birgitte Due Madsen.