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At Østerport S-train station near track 13.
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Lonely Planet review
This recently opened, 1700-sq-metre clothing and interior design store is housed in a vast, whitewashed room – formerly a cinema – on Østerbro’s main shopping street. As well as stocking its own award-winning brand of homewares (including the famous rubber washing-up bowls, collapsible ‘Funnel’ strainer, stemless cognac glasses and outlandish cardboard lampshades), Normann also stocks vintage-style sportswear, furniture and Alessi homewares, and clothing by Joseph and Resteröds. Think of it as a more cutting-edge Illums Bolighus.