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Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark by 3XN

Monday, December 11th, 2017

Article source: 3XN

Can an arena be a good neighboor?

Large stadiums and music venues are often placed in the outskirts of cities, but not in Copenhagen. Royal Arena, a 35.000 square metre venue, has just opened in the middle of a residential area, and is designed by 3XN Architects together with HKS to be a good neighbour.

Image Courtesy © Adam Mørk

  • Architects: 3XN
  • Project: Royal Arena
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Adam Mørk and Rasmus Daniel Taun
  • Client: Arena CPHX P/S
  • Team: Kim Herforth Nielsen, Jan Ammundsen, Bo Boje Larsen, Peter Feltendal, Audun Opdal, Maria Tkacova, Jack Renteria, Robin Vind Christiansen, Dennis Carlsson, Andreas Herborg, Anja Pedersen, Bodil Nordstrøm, Christian Harald Hommelhoff Brink, Gry Kjær, Ida Schøning Greisen, Jakob Wojcik, Jan Park Sørensen, Jeanette Hansen, Juras Lasovsky, Laila Fyhn Feldthaus, Mads Mathias Pedersen, Marie Persson, Mikkel Vintersborg, Pernille Ulvig Sangvin, Sang Yeun Lee, Sebastian le Dantec Reinhardt, Simon Hartmann-Petersen, Stine de Bang, Sune Mogensen, Søren Nersting, Tobias Gagner, Torsten Wang, Henrik Rømer Kania
  • Size: 37 000 m2
    • Height: 35 m
    • Capacity: 16,000
    • Seating: 12,500
  • Completion: 2017

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Beautiful interaction between art, architecture and sustainability in Copenhagen, Denmark by Rockpanel

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Article source: Rockpanel

Energy optimisation and a natural match with the surroundings are among the key benefits of a new school building in Copenhagen, Denmark. The school, Skolen i Sydhavnen, is designed by JJW Architects, and is built according to the Danish low-energy class 2015. The artist, Peter Holst Henkel, has made the artistic decoration and the façade has become like a canvas, beautifully reflecting the interaction between art and architecture.

Image Courtesy © Rockpanel

  • Architects: Rockpanel
  • Project: Beautiful interaction between art, architecture and sustainability
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

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Cortex Park in Odense, Denmark by ADEPT

Monday, November 27th, 2017

Article source: ADEPT

Cortex Park brings together four educational and innovation programs under one roof – connecting students, researchers and staff with shared sports facilities and urban character.

Image Courtesy © Adam Mørk

  • Architects: ADEPT
  • Project: Cortex Park
  • Location: Odense, Denmark
  • Photography: Adam Mørk
  • Gross Built Area: 7.500 m2
  • Completion Year: 2015

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Summer house in Veddinge Hills, Denmark by Martin Kallesø Arkitekter

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Article source: Martin Kallesø Arkitekter

The ground lies right beside the water in the bay of Sejerø and the project’s shape is inspired by birds that fly over the bay. The building is located on the ground’s most comfortable position with regard to sun, shelter and orientation towards the water.The four main volumes make up the body of the summer cottage.They contain the guest an- nex and sauna, living room with access to the terrace, dining zone in extension of the kitchen-dining area and the master bedroom with en suite large bathroom. A glass corridor with views of both the sea and the arrival area connects the guest annex and the main building. The summer cottage is modular with a wooden structure, at roof and black, vertically-mounted pro le cladding. The at roof is coated with a green sedum roof, so that on arrival you immediately have contact with the Sejerø Bay and the horizon beyond.The terrain declines so the four main volumes are placed on the site with a facade line and garden wall that follows the lines of the terrain, while also providing natural shelter from the wind. Interior materials comprise oak parquet, design concrete ooring and a front door in solid oak.

Image Courtesy © Martin Kallesø Arkitekter

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Odense Music and Theatre Hall in Denmark by C. F. Møller Architects

Monday, November 6th, 2017

Article source: C. F. Møller Architects 

Odeon gives the people of Funen an international-class theatre and concert venue. Since 1 March, the 32,000 m² cultural venue has included theatre, concerts, art exhibitions, communal meals and public events. This will be celebrated enthusiastically during the next week, when more than 100 events will take place at Odeon.

Image Courtesy © Kirstine Mengel

  • Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
  • Project: Odense Music and Theatre
  • Location: H. C. Andersen Quarter, Odense, Denmark
  • Photography: Kirstine Mengel, S++ren Lykke B+, Jens Wognsen
  • Client/PFI Group: Odense Municipality (initiators and users), The Carl Nielsen Academy of Music (users), C. Andersen Congres Centre A/S (owner, operator and user)
  • Engineers: COWI A/S and Anders Chr. Gade (acoustics)
  • Collaborators: Maths Nystrøm (theatre technics), Focus Advokater I/S (legal advice), Nykredit (finances)
  • Size: 18500 m2

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Leg-Lego House in Billund, Denmark by Bjarke Ingels Group

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Article source: Bjarke Ingels Group

An old African saying says: It takes a village to raise a child. The LEGO House could be conceived as a village for playing and learning – an urban space as much as architecture. As much for Billund’s visitors as for its citizens, public without and within. We propose to approach the spaces and activities for The LEGO House through the lens of a core element of LEGO’s philosophy – Inventing the future of play through systematic creativity. As an idea, The LEGO House can be conceived as a three dimensional village of interlocking and overlapping buildings and spaces. It can be visited as a curated flow – from one building to the next – in a continuous movement. Or it can be experienced as parallel worlds of complete autonomy. Each space can be designed and used independently. Each box can have a unique light setting, a unique dimension and still be part of a flexible totality. Multiple spaces have access to an outdoor space that can be used to expand the LEGO experience to the outside. The LEGO House will be both expressive and rational. Innovative and systematic- like a Guggenheim of white cubes, combining the functionality of the modular space with the iconic character of a sculptural building.

Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan

  • Architects: Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Project: Leg-Lego House
  • Location: Billund, Denmark
  • Photography: Iwan Baan, Kim Christensen
  • Collaborators: Cowi, Dr. Luchinger+meyer bauingenieure, Jesper kongshaug, Gade & mortensen akustik, E-types
  • Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Finn Nørkjær, Brian Yang
  • Project Leader: Brian Yang
  • Project Manager: Finn Nørkjær (more…)

Vestre Fjord Park in Aalborg, Denmark by ADEPT

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Article source: ADEPT

The recently completed Vestre Fjord Park by ADEPT is a recreational learning and experience landscape that generously contributes to the full experience of its unique site by the Danish fjord, the Limfjord. It is the nuanced balance between the natural landscape, the activities and functions and the park’s many daily users that really adds life and local character to Vestre Fjord Park.

Image Courtesy © Rasmus Hjortshøj Coast Studio

  • Architects: ADEPT
  • Project: Vestre Fjord Park
  • Location: Aalborg, Denmark
  • Photography: Rasmus Hjortshøj Coast Studio
  • Team: ADEPT, GHB Landskab, Orbicon, Niras, COWI
  • Client: Aalborg Municipality
  • Size: 2.000 m2 /15 ha
  • Year: 2017

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Israels Plads Square in Copenhagen, Denmark by COBE

Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

Article source: COBE

The history of Israels Plads (Israel’s Square) reflects the history of Copenhagen’s transformation. This central plaza was once where the city ended in a ring of protective fortifications. As the city gradually extended, the plaza became a vibrant market square – until the 1950’s, when it was turned into a lifeless carpark. The idea with the new Israels Plads is to celebrate the significance and the history of of the site and revitalize it, turning it into a vibrant, diverse plaza for all kinds of people and activities. The surface of the new plaza is elevated above the existing street level – like a new urban carpet. It hovers over the many cars that used to dominate Israels Plads and are now placed in the basement. The cars are literally swept under the new urban carpet. The plaza is programmed as a diverse public space for leisure, culture, activity, and public events. In addition, the new plaza has opened up to the historical landscape next door, H.C. Ørstedparken. A few of the large trees and water elements from the park continue into the plaza, creating a transition between city and nature.

Image Courtesy © Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

 

  • Architects: COBE ( Sweco Architects )
  • Project: Israels Plads Square
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST
  • Client: City of Copenhagen
  • Engineer: Niras
  • Contractor: Barslev
  • Artistic decorations: Professor Morten Stræde
  • Size: 12,500 m2

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New Parking Garage At The Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark by 3XN

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Article source: 3XN 

A new sculptural parking garage

With its distinctive façade and lighting, the new parking garage for Rigshospitalet, Denmark’s leading hospital, is perceived as a vibrant building sculpture both day and night. Situated on the border between one of Copenhagen’s bigger recreational parks, Fælledparken, and the hospital, 3XN has designed a new parking garage as is an interesting element for patients, staff and passersby.

Image Courtesy © Adam Mørk

  • Architects: 3XN
  • Project: New Parking Garage At The Rigshospitalet
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Adam Mørk
  • Client: Rigshospitalet

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Via University College, Campus Horsens in Denmark by C. F. Møller Architects

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Article source: C. F. Møller Architects

VIA University College, Campus Horsens will unify a variety of education programs in a vibrant and active educational setting deeply rooted in the city.

Campus Horsens establishes itself as a city in the city with a continuation of the area’s building block structure and classical city motives such as narrow streets, parks and urban squares. At the same time, the campus connects with the city by establishing a path that connects the three new urban areas, Campus Square, Expo-pladsen and Innovation Square, which all lies as a natural extension of the city’s flow.

Image Courtesy © C. F. Møller Architects

  • Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
  • Project: Via University College, Campus Horsens
  • Location: Horsens, Denmark
  • Client: CASA A/S
  • Size: 35000 m²
  • Competition year: 2017

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