Posts Tagged ‘Denmark’
Friday, September 25th, 2015
Article source: Arkitema Architects
Arkitema and Kebony created a 460m² addition to a school in Gentofte, Denmark, which can accommodate 100 children, spread across two floors. The extension houses three classrooms, a common room and a double height workshop as well as a large roof terrace.
Image Courtesy © Niels Nygaard
- Architects: Arkitema Architects
- Project: Gentofte School Extension
- Location: Gentofte, Denmark
- Photography: Niels Nygaard
- Built area: 460m² extension
- Construction: 2015
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: WE ARCHITECTURE + SOPHUS SØBYE ARCHITECTS
Mariehøj Culture Centre draws a clear profile in the landscape. The new foyer invites all people of Rudersdahl Municipality in and functions as a heart that brings people together and highlights the many users and activities in the house.
Image Courtesy © WE Architecture
- Architects: WE ARCHITECTURE + SOPHUS SØBYE ARCHITECTS
- Project: Mariehøj Culture Centre
- Location: Holte, Denmark
- Photography: Lars Eldrup, WE Architecture
- Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Hermanus Neikamp, Lawrence Mahadoo, Lena Reeh Rasmussen, Jenny Selldén, Zsofia Horvath, Nora Fossum, Søren Thiesen, Luis Gill,
- Collaborators: Sophus Søbye Architects (lead consultant), MASU Planning, Øllgaard Consulting Engineer, Spangenberg & Madsen Consulting Engineer, Hausenberg
- Client: Rudersdahl Municipality
- Size: 8000 M2 restorations and 800 M2 new building construction
- Year started: 2010
- Year completed: 2015
- Status: Completed
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
Article source: Studio Olafur Eliasson
Cirkelbroen celebrates pedestrians. It reflects the daily life and intimacy that you find around the canal in the Christianshavn neighbourhood, its houseboats and sailing boats, the unique life on the ramparts. Copenhagen’s harbour was once a centre of maritime activity, and Cirkelbroen is a testimony to that history.
Image Courtesy © Søren Svendsen
- Architects: Studio Olafur Eliasson
- Project: Cirkelbroen Bridge
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Anders Sune Berg, Søren Svendsen
Friday, August 21st, 2015
Article source: LUMO Architects
Nøjkærhus is located in the highland of Jutland, near Silkeborg, Denmark. Extensive forests, lakes, heath and many smaller grassland areas characterize the landscape. Nøjkærhus originally consisted of two small forest guard buildings, located in a small clearing in the woods surrounded by the drama of the intense highland topography.
Image Courtesy © Jesper Balleby
- Architects: LUMO Architects
- Project: Nøjkærhus Culture House – rebuilt scout facilities
- Location: Virklund, Denmark
- Photography: Jesper Balleby
- Client: KFUM Scouts Silkeborg, Virklund Group
- Collaborators and credit: Sloth Møller Engineering
- Area: 250 sqm.
- Year: Competition 1. Prize 2014, Completed by April 2015
Sunday, July 19th, 2015
Article source: Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter
The Infinite Bridge is a sculpture by danish architect studio Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter built and exhibited in connection with the international biennale, Sculpture by the Sea 2015, that takes place in the scenic coastal landscape surrounding the city of Aarhus.
mage Courtesy © Aarhus I Billeder
- Architects: Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter
- Project: The Infinite Bridge
- Location: Aarhus, Denmark
- Photography: Aarhus I Billeder, Peter Hastrup Jensen, Danish TM
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Article source: Martin Kallesø Arkitekter
This project is for a singlefamily house at village of Varpelev in the southeast part of Zealand, Denmark.
The brief was to design a 150 m2 home for a family of four persons. The overall main idea, very early in the sketching phase, was to reinterpret the traditional Danish white painted three parted farmhouses from the 18th century which are very common in the surrounding landscape of Varpelev.
Image Courtesy © Martin Kallesø Arkitekter
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Article source: AFR ThinkingUrban
All too often modern cities are divided up into single use zones like housing or education, or industry. Yet the most successful older communities throughout the world are almost all mixed uses. In addition, the way we move and interact in modern thinking is divided up into a kind of traffic apartheid – walking, cycling, driving.
Image Courtesy © AFR ThinkingUrban
- Architects: AFR ThinkingUrban
- Project: The Railway Sight
- Location: Horsens, Denmark
- Status: Concept
Friday, July 10th, 2015
Article source: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
The Boiler Central is an old boiler building from the 1940’s situated in the unique, historic industrial complex in Vejle, Denmark. schmidt hammer lassen architects has designed the 1,200 square meter large refurbishment project which provides space for the new Design Driven Innovation Centre housing 30 creative companies.
Image Courtesy © schmidt hammer lassen architects
Saturday, May 30th, 2015
Article source: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
The project is an extension of modern music facilities to Aurehøj Gymnasium. The street along the high school’s main building is characterized by the longitude of the main building and by an opening to the court yard. The new building is placed at the end gable of the existing building, connected by a bridge and twisted from the street to underline the movement along the main building and into the school yard.
Image Courtesy © Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
- Architects: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
- Project: Aurehøj Gymnasium Music Building
- Location: Skolevej 7, 2820 Gentofte, Denmark
- Client: Aurehøj Gymnasium
- Engineer: Jørgen Nielsen Rådg. Ing. & Strunge Jensen Rådg. Ing.
- Landscape architect: 1 : 1 Landskab
- Acoustics consultant: Gade & Mortensen Akustik
- Size: 650 m2
- Status: Inaugurated Sep. 2014
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Article source: POLYFORM Architects
Danish POLYFORM Architects and Dutch SeARCH Architects have created the proposal ”The Flyer” for one of the most talked about competitions in Denmark in recent years – The design of the new Museum of Danish Resistance 1940-1945.
The POLYFORM/SeARCH-project suggests that The Museum of Danish Resistance lies as an elegant featherweight flyer in the Churchill Park in Copenhagen.
Image Courtesy © POLYFORM Architects
- Architects: POLYFORM Architects
- Project: The Museum of Danish Resistance 1940-1945
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Client: Styrelsen for Slotte og Kulturejendomme
- When: 2015
- Area: 1.963 square meters (netto)
- Type: Competition
- In collaboration with: SeARCH, Oluf Jørgensen Ingeniører A/S, Cenergia, Palle Roslyng-Jensen
- Team: Thomas Kock, Jonas Sangberg, Bjarne Mastenbroek, Rie Davidsen, Johannes Grove og Andrea Verdecchia