Rud Rasmussen’s second shop in Copenhagen

Some of you may remember that our member Rud Rasmussen was about to open a second shop in Copenhagen, and we are pleased to inform you that you can now also experience the work of Rud Rasmussen on Bredgade in Copenhagen!
The old joinery and shop, which practises proud traditions of furniture design, has been situated on Nørrebrogade 45 since 1876 and still practices high quality of craftsmanship on the address. Even though Rud Rasmussen is running a quite successful and popular business; the family owned business decided to join forces with another Danish furniture production company, Carl Hansen & Son, with the purpose of getting more exposure and increase their export abroad.
Earlier on, Carl Hansen & Son had a flagship store, which was situated in the city area Valby, but Carl Hansen & Son has been looking for new spaces to display the art of furniture design for quite some time. Now the search for new store space is over, and we are pleased to inform you that Rud Rasmussen is now part of the new Carl Hansen & Son FLAGSHIP store in Copenhagen, on Bredgade 21 in the inner city area of Copenhagen.

In the new flagship store, you will be able to see and experience the designs from renowned Danish shape makers like Hans J. Wegner, Mogens Koch and Kaare Klint.
To pay their respect towards Rud Rasmussen’s extraordinary craftsmanship, Carl Hansen & Son decided to dedicate the 1st floor in the flagship store to products crafted by Rud Rasmussen. In the special Rud Rasmussen universe you can experience designs like the Safari Chair by Kaare Klint, and bookcases from Mogens Koch.
Make sure to drop by the astonishing shop on Bredgade 21!

Carl Hansen & Son Flagship Store

Bredgade 21

1260 Copenhagen K

Rud Rasmussen opening its 2nd shop in Copenhagen

Rud Rasmussen Copenhagen

Rud Rasmussen has for many years been located at Nørrebrogade 45. This will not change, but from 16th March, Rud Rasmussen will open their 2nd showroom and shop at Bredgade 21.

CPHmade will follow this and bring you photos from the new shop in a months’ time.

If you are thinking about new furniture for your living room..

… then Rud. Rasmussen in the Nørrebro district is a fine place to start. Their assortment of fine classic Danish furniture is both tempting and inspiring.

So remember to drop by 41, Nørrebrogade.

Wood is not just wood

Mr. Steen Lauridsen, ’woodman’, 35 years employment with Rud Rasmussen says

Right from the moment you start looking for the right trunk till you cut it open and look for colour nuances.. –it all requires years of experience and craftsmanship.

A tree is a piece of nature, and it is all about finding the right opportunity in every single piece of tree. Here colour, structure and the tree’s hardness are all determinating factors. Trees are different, not two pieces of wood are the same – at the same time this is what makes it both fascinating and demanding to find the perfect wood for our furniture production.

But when we do find the right wood this makes it easier to create the right piece of Rud Rasmussen furniture. So this is what I do – every time!

The Prince of Wales paid CPHmade member Rud. Rasmussen a visit

Earlier this week Prince Charles came to visit Rud. Rasmussen furniture maker to take a closer look at Danish design classics.

The Prince of Wales specifically wanted to visit as he has a huge passion for traditional craftsmanship, design and architecture.

We at CPHmade couldn’t agree more – paying Rud. Rasmussen a visit to live this passion was an excellent choice.

Great deals at Rud. Rasmussen

From March 24-31 you can save up to 50% on selected furniture classics from Rud. Rasmussen – for instance designs by Mogens Koch og Kaare Klint

One of the Great

Internationally known Danish Designer, Mr. Kasper Salto, presents 4th. generation joiner Rud Rasmussen and some of the well-known furniture crafted here in Copenhagen – this footage is initiated by the Danish ‘kulturarvsstyrelsen’ in  co-operation with Rud Rasmussen as one of 25 promotions on fantastic Danish craftsmen and institutions.