What distinguishes the bespoke Copenhagen kitchen from other kitchens is the combination of razor-sharp aesthetics, uncompromising craftsmanship, quality materials and well-considered functionality that works now – and for many years to come.

The new collection has been created and developed in the original spirit of Arne Munch. His design philosophy lives on in everything we create – every single day. And then as now, we don’t just design unique and uncompromising kitchens: We develop attractive and flexible furniture that creates aesthetic and functional spaces.

uncompromising details

As a starting point, we have taken Arne Munch’s very first kitchen design – the classic cubic furniture carcass from 1968 – and created the Copenhagen Collection from there. When we remove the fronts from all the drawers – and everything else that is superfluous to the design – the architectural and functional requirements become even more stringent. Why? Because you are left with the core: An open, mercilessly naked carcass that is cut to the bone and totally exposed. There is nothing to hide behind – and we have nothing to hide. On the contrary. At first glance, Copenhagen will seem like a revelation – and this is a feeling that will endure far into the future.

Less is more

We’re not talking about ordinary mainstream minimalism. We’re talking about an energetic yet restrained design philosophy, where the bare minimum of design features and functional details are exquisitely set off against a beautifully simplified backdrop.

This is exemplified by the solid wood drawers in oak, smoked oak, white ash or walnut. Here, you can combine various drawer elements without compromising on the inherent visual elegance. This is possible because the finger joints are aligned and symmetrical – regardless of the drawer sizes you choose to combine. This lets you focus on enjoying the beautiful wood.

Another example is the solid wood front, which bears witness to sturdy, high-quality, traditional cabinet making.

endless possibilities

Form, function and flexibility

You can choose Copenhagen with leg frames made of brushed stainless steel – regardless of whether the elements are free-standing or placed against a wall. You can also choose solid wood leg frames to complete the look created by your favourite wood type. Or the classic combination of a plinth with practical plinth drawers. Finally, you can choose – or create variation using – wall-mounted modules.

The possibilities are endless, but the philosophy is always the same. Form, function and flexibility in outstanding quality.

Copenhagen* is design-protected under “EU design registration no. 005935517”
*) The design and structure of the cabinet elements and the brushed stainless steel leg frame.


We’ve handpicked some design solutions to go with the Copenhagen collection. See our inspiration gallery for lots more ideas.

Needs are individual. This also applies when it comes to drawers. Therefore, in a kitchen from the Copenhagen collection, you can have drawers with flexible dividers.
The Copenhagen kitchen with a leg frame in brushed stainless steel combined with wall-mounted cabinets
Kitchen island in walnut with a Belvedere granite worktop

Colour options



Smoked oak


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