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Mazo

What’s the store in a nutshell?

In the heart of Copenhagen, Mazo unveils its new chapter with the opening of a sprawling 300-square-meter showroom at Dronningegården. A revered name in the furniture industry, Mazo, established in 2019, has rapidly gained global acclaim for its innovative designs that marry aesthetics, functionality and comfort. This significant move from Nørrebro to the iconic Dronningegården, a solid representative of Danish modernist architecture designed by Kay Fisker, symbolises a physical transition and a deep connection to Denmark’s rich design heritage.

What is the aesthetic of the brand?

Mazo’s aesthetic is a celebration of modernism with a clear mid-century influence brought to life through a fusion of straight lines, soft curves and a brew of materials. The brand’s philosophy is deeply rooted in Nordic aesthetics, emphasising the seamless blend of beauty and practicality. The new showroom, curated by interior consultant Marlene Bernth and owner of Nuvole, pays homage to Lina Bo Bardi’s iconic modernism. It features a modern, colourful setting where steel and concrete meet warm woods and textured textiles from renowned international companies like Dedar and Nobilis.
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom

What are the signature pieces?​

Mazo is renowned for its unique collection that includes both iconic international design classics and lesser-known masterpieces. They hold exclusive rights to manufacture furniture by Danish architect Magnus Læssøe Stephensen and also collaborate with contemporary designers who resonate with their Nordic design values. Signature pieces from Mazo typically exhibit a distinct mid-century functionality, embodying a blend of minimalist lines and organic forms.

What’s the neighbourhood like?

Copenhagen’s Indre By is the area bounded by the lakes circling the inner city and the harbour. This historic centre reflects the entire city’s extent during the reign of King Christian IV (1577-1648) when the town was fortified. It is home to most of Copenhagen’s museums and attractions, making it an essential destination for experiencing Denmark’s rich culture and history. Strøget, the city’s famed pedestrian shopping street, runs right through it. If you’re new to the city, we recommend you start here, right at the heart of the bustling Danish capital, working your way outward to other neighbouring areas as you explore.

Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
Mazo Copenhagen Denmark shop showroom
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Mazo
Dronningens Tværgade 50
Copenhagen
Denmark

Photography courtesy of Mazo

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Mazo
Dronningens Tværgade 50
Copenhagen
Denmark

Photography courtesy of Mazo

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Affordable

Lavish

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