País:Dinamarca

30.5.2018

Blox

The BLOX project, home of the Danish Architecture Center (DAC), contains exhibition spaces, offices and co-working spaces, a café, a bookstore, a fitness centre, a restaurant, twenty-two apartments and an underground automated public carpark, but it is not the acrobatic mixing of uses that defines this project; its ultimate achievement is in ‘discovering’ its own site.
7.2.2018

Cubic Houses

ADEPTs recently completed Cubic Houses in Copenhagen, DK shows a playful residential complex that breaks down the scale of a large building volume while offering a generous variation to the in-progress development of a new neighbourhood.
6.2.2018

Vestre Fjord Park

Vestre Fjord Park is a recreational learning and experience landscape - a hybrid between building and natural landscape - that with a simple high-quality architectural structure contributes to the full experience of the unique site by the Limfjord in Aalborg, Denmark.
27.10.2017

Denmark’s Rowing Stadium

AART Architects have won the much-coveted competition to design Denmark’s Rowing Stadium at Bagsværd Lake on the outskirts of Copenhagen. With the E+E Architects' team, LIW Planning and Viggo Madsen Consulting Engineers as sub-consultants, they look forward to taking on this exciting task to create a rowing stadium in an international league of its own – all with a focus on creating new opportunities for both the elite and the broader public in close interaction with the scenic surroundings.
4.10.2017

The home of the LEGO brick opens in Billund

BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and LEGO bring the toy scale of the classic LEGO brick to architectural scale with LEGO House, forming vast exhibition spaces and public squares that embody the culture and values at the heart of all LEGO experiences.
3.8.2017

Kornets Hus

The Jutland region, with its diversity of landscapes and long history, is in many ways the most continental region in Denmark. Hjørring has some of the oldest traces of settlements nationally and an established cultural landscape.
18.4.2017

Panda House in Copenhagen Zoo

Copenhagen Zoo, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, Schønherr Landscape Architects and MOE have collaborated on a new yin and yang-shaped Panda House that resembles the Panda’s natural habitat and creates a peaceful environment for one of the world’s rarest mammals.

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