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Digitale startups og venturefonde rykker ind i designikons hovedsæde efter 100 år

Iværksættere og investorer har i samlet flok overtaget lampefirmaet Louis Poulsens gamle hovedsæde. "Det siger lidt om den digitale tidsånd," siger direktøren for kontorfællesskabet Matrikel1, der har sat sig på lokalerne i hjertet af København.

"At Matrikel1 overtager de her lokaler, siger lidt om, at det analoge er presset af det teknologiske, og at ældre selskaber bliver flyttet af tronen af nye," siger Tine Thygesen. | Photo: Lærke Andersen

I en kælder-café på Højbro Plads sidder nogle mennesker og snakker forretning over en kop kaffe, mens andre sidder med en computer og arbejder eller spiser en croissant blandt dansk design, lysrør af glas og loungemusik i højtalerne.

Stedet er åbent for alle, der kommer forbi, men er tænkt som et mødested for folk med interesse i digital udvikling og 'entreprenørånd' samt andre, der bare gerne vil møde startup-verdenen.

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