The (warm and cozy) Rabbit Hole

In the area of Frederiksberg stands a nice coworking space called The Rabbit Hole. It feels like home right from the doorsteps. It gathers everything you need workspace wise to make you feel comfortable and productive at the same time.


The Rabbit Hole community is composed of a colorful crowd, with people from very different backgrounds. They are all, in a way, entrepreneur of something: a creative project, a techy website or even some beautiful interior design objects. Mads, its co-founder, created the perfect recipe to make magic between people. From the lovely kitchen to the silent working area, from the very cool garden to the busy meeting room, The Rabbit Hole perfectly caters to the needs of a small community where everyone has space to express himself/herself.


While there, I felt a positive vibe was floating all around. We came on the 2nd of August, not far away from Lunchtime and I was charmed to see everyone having a lunch break together outside, enjoying the sun.

We chatted with Mads for a while about the power of community inside the space and how a place like a coworking environment can emphasize collaboration between people. Mads is an entrepreneur himself. Aside from the Rabbit Hole that he manages, he also has an event agency that finds the coolest and most beautiful places in Copenhagen to organize your events. When we met him, he was (also) soon to be a daddy 🙂 #cute

Mads inspired me in the way he talks. Listening to him, you feel the passion he has for The Rabbit Hole and how much he cares about his member’s well-being. We discovered that Paul a member we met at the co-living space (Nest Copenhagen), who freshly arrived from Canada the day before, decided to work from The Rabbit Hole.


I highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a small coworking space with a strong community in Copenhagen. This is the perfect place for you to grow, try things and most importantly, learn from others.

Now, Mads, if you happen to read this blog post, thank you again SO much for your time with COWORKIES. This selfie is for you 🙂  

The Rabbit Hole and Coworkies selfie

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Pauline Roussel

Co-Founder Coworkies. General Manager at Rainmaking Loft Berlin, a #coworking space dedicated to #startups, Ambassador of French Tech Berlin.

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