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Tekla Copenhagen

© FLC / Le Corbusier / VISDA and Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand / VISDA, Zig Zag chair by Gerrit T. Rietveld, Cassina iMaestri Collection
Situated in a historic building in Copenhagen, the first Tekla store spans almost 200 sq metres of the ground floor of what is today known as the Egmont building. Initiated by the Danish publisher and modernist, Egmont Petersen, the iconic building was first constructed in the 1930s, and it features Nordic Classicism characteristics that have been a source of inspiration for Tekla’s architectural team. The space is classic yet modern, valuing quality and considered design that echoes both the building’s history and the Tekla brand.
Tekla Copenhagen
Zig Zag chair by Gerrit T. Rietveld, Cassina iMaestri Collection
Central to Tekla is architecture and the inspiration coming from beautiful and functional design. This is reflected in the store at Vognmagergade, where the space brings together historical references with the rituals of home – all with a warm atmosphere that feels like a true representation of Tekla.

Features include a lustrous ‘light carpet’ on the ceiling that references the grand luxury of the original building, and ornate double doors opening into fitting rooms, storage and the back of house spaces. Concrete floors mirror Tekla’s minimal aesthetic, and the stucco ceiling speaks to the building’s past ornate details. Natural wood and metal fixtures offer contrasting textures and colours supporting Tekla’s product universe alongside carefully selected vintage furniture.
Tekla Copenhagen
Zig Zag chair by Gerrit T. Rietveld, Cassina iMaestri Collection

The Zig Zag chair is a gesture and a contradiction. Sharp angles of hard wood that become supple upon seating. An angular expression, strict and yet comfortable.

Designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1934, an architect and designer with a preoccupation with design as a means for well-being and comfort of the spirit, not just comfort. Rietveld and his de Stijl contemporaries sought to create a utopia based on harmonic human-made order. This order can be felt in the vertical and horizontal planes of wood that form the distinctive structure.
Tekla Copenhagen
Zig Zag chair by Gerrit T. Rietveld, Cassina iMaestri Collection
The Zig Zag chair is a gesture and a contradiction. Sharp angles of hard wood that become supple upon seating. An angular expression, strict and yet comfortable.

Designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1934, an architect and designer with a preoccupation with design as a means for well-being and comfort of the spirit, not just comfort. Rietveld and his de Stijl contemporaries sought to create a utopia based on harmonic human-made order. This order can be felt in the vertical and horizontal planes of wood that form the distinctive structure.
Tekla Copenhagen
Alvar Aalto is universally recognised as one of the most influential architects and interior designers of the 20th century.

In the Model No.31 Armchair, Aalto makes the hard seem soft. Like a sculptor carving soft curves from marble, Aalto creates a tension between organic lines and wood, finding a supportive fluidity.
Alvar Aalto is universally recognised as one of the most influential architects and interior designers of the 20th century.

In the Model No.31 Armchair, Aalto makes the hard seem soft. Like a sculptor carving soft curves from marble, Aalto creates a tension between organic lines and wood, finding a supportive fluidity.

Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen

The Aalto Club Table and Model 60 stool are both great examples of how Aalto was able to shape the idea of a modern home.

Originally intended for use in institutions, the designs have since become popular pieces of furniture in homes all over Finland. The timeless designs and beautiful materials are a testament to Aalto’s skill as a designer. While we place a high value on these items now, they were always intended to fit into the average home with ease. Aalto’s lasting legacy was his ability to take a need and turn it into something beautiful.
Tekla Copenhagen
The Aalto Club Table and Model 60 stool are both great examples of how Aalto was able to shape the idea of a modern home. Originally intended for use in institutions, the designs have since become popular pieces of furniture in homes all over Finland. The timeless designs and beautiful materials are a testament to Aalto’s skill as a designer. While we place a high value on these items now, they were always intended to fit into the average home with ease. Aalto’s lasting legacy was his ability to take a need and turn it into something beautiful.
Tekla Copenhagen
© FLC / Le Corbusier / VISDA and Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand / VISDA
Modern designers Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret’s pioneering influence can be seen in the LC3, created based on sketches from 1928. The characteristic of the design is the tension between its soft textures and harsh metal frame. Over time, the pillows change shape, giving the chair a sense of character and softness.

The chair consists of a simple, geometric cube, with a steel frame and four loose cushions. The idea was to not hide the construction of the furniture, but to make the frame a part of the design. This combination of comfort and industrial materials broke from the dominating Art Deco style of the time and built a modular house with minimal, built-in furniture.
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Tekla Copenhagen
Located at Vognmagergade 7, in the heart of Copenhagen, the store sits in a prominent neighbourhood next to the historic Rosenborg Castle Gardens. The store marks a new chapter for Tekla, establishing its first physical presence and presenting the experience of an elevated Tekla universe at a deeper level.

The store presents a curated selection of Tekla products and in-store exclusives, such as boxers, t-shirts, sleep masks and care accessories. Tekla Copenhagen is a space for open conversation; a place to immerse oneself in the Tekla brand, exploring colours, quality and inspiration. Private appointments are also offered, allowing for dedicated time with Tekla consultants to curate an elevated home experience.
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