For a number of years, Montana Furniture has supported the Royal Danish Library's so-called 'treasure exhibition'; a specially designed hall with highly secured stands for some of the library's most valuable treasures. The room was opened in 2006 and is called the Montana hall for obvious reasons. Montana Furniture has continuously supported known artists’ 'rethinking' of the hall – most recently the world famous artist Marina Abramovic.
Montana Furniture was established in 1982 and is leading in sustainable storage, home furniture and modern office environments. The business was founded by Peter J. Lassen who also designed the Montana system.
Gucci is the main sponsor for the Royal Danish Library’s major exhibition on Nick Cave. Gucci was founded in Florence in 1921 and has since become one of the world’s leading luxury fashion brands. The House of Gucci is known for creativity, innovation and great Italian craftmanship. Gucci is part of the global luxury concern Kering, which is responsible for the operation and development of a number of famous houses within fashion, leather goods, jewellery and watches.
For a number of years, the Royal Danish Library has collaborated with DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation) about ongoing transmissions of concerts performed in the Queen’s Hall. In addition, DR and the Royal Danish Music Conservatory collaborate on Carl Nielsen's international chamber music competition, which takes place every 2 years.
The Royal Danish Library collaborates with Kristeligt Dagblad (the Christian Daily Paper) about concerts in the Queen’s hall.
Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab
The Royal Library collaborates with Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab (the Foreign Policy Society) about speakers with an international profile.