Atelier September has been located at Gothersgade in Copenhagen since 1987. The boutique originally operated from an old workshop facility, in the backyard of number 54. Later in the early 90’s the boutique moved further up the street to number 30, where it is still located today.
In the 1980’s at the number 54 location the boutique was all about Art Deco, offering pieces from Eileen Gray, Gaudi, Fortuny among others. It was first later on in the number 30 location that the antiques, graphics and café saw the light of day.
In 2013 chef Frederik Bille Brahe opened his Café Atelier September in the beautiful forefront of the Atelier September rooms, here he serves natural food & artisan coffee, operating for breakfast & lunch as well as late afternoons.
Simultaneously with the café opening, Atelier September antique boutique temporarily paused business as a boutique, when Jonas Trampedach took over the operation of the space behind the café, which became a workshop office and studio for creatives.
In 2015 Jonas & Annette Trampedach resume with a new addition of Atelier September Butik marking a generational change that is led by designer and crafter Jonas Trampedach. The shop features a selection of design, furniture, lightning, antiques, old posters and more. The space operates as a shop but serves as a showcase of own designs as well.