Posts Tagged ‘Denmark’
Saturday, July 5th, 2014
Article source: Arkitema Architects
Vestas’ new development centre in Aarhus is designed to concentrate the company’s development facilities under one roof. The development centre will contain office facilities for 500 staff members, as well as a showroom and large and small laboratories and test facilities. It has been designed in the form of a triangular building with glass facades, with clear and tinted glass in the closed panes. Adjacent to each horizontal bar are deep profiles which create dynamics and movement in the facade.
Image Courtesy © Kontrafram
- Architects: Arkitema Architects
- Project: Vestas Technology
- Location: Hedeager, Skejby, Aarhus, Denmark
- Photography: Kontrafram
- Construction: 2007-2008
- Size: 18,300 m²
- Client: Vestas Technology
- Landscape architect: Arkitema
- Engineer: Cowi A/S
- Turnkey contractor: Hoffmann
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014
Article source: MVRDV
Today the Danish Rock Museum, MVRDV and COBE together with Wessberg engineers and LIWplanning start construction of the new home for the Danish Rock Museum in Roskilde. The museum, which offers visitors an adventurous rock music experience, will open its doors in 2015. It is the first building of ROCKmagneten, a larger rock music district consisting of three new buildings and a refurbished factory. Roskilde is the location of the annual Roskilde Festival, the largest North European culture and music festival.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Ground Breaking for Danish Rock Museum
- Location: Roskilde, Denmark
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Article source: LETH & GORI
What if a house can last at least five generations instead of two?
LETH & GORI’s Brick House is a project that creates innovation by reinventing history. By revisiting materials and solutions from historic houses which have proven to be robust and have a long life span a new type of contemporary sustainable house is created.
Image Courtesy © STAMERS KONTOR
- Architects: LETH & GORI
- Project: BRICK HOUSE
- Location: Nyborg, Denmark
- Photography: STAMERS KONTOR
- Client: Realdania Byg
- Competition start: April 2013
- Completion: November 2013 – Official inauguration June 2014
- Area: 136 m2.
- Budget: 2.4 mil. DKK
- Architect In Charge: Uffe Leth, Karsten Gori
- Engineer: Buro Happold ApS
- Consultants: Teknologisk Institut, Nini Leimand, KADK – Institut 2, Muro
- Main Contractor: Ebbe Bernth Murer og Tømrer
- Bricklayer: Murermester Ask Askholm
- Carpenter: Ole Larsen & Sønner v. Anders Larsen ApS
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Article source: RAVN Arkitektur
Juulsbjergparken is a housing complex in the scenic countryside of Bredballe near Vejle, Denmark. The dwellings consist of a combination of two-storey townhouses and flats, placed as terraces in the landscape. All dwellings have south facing terraces or patios on terrain with views of the forest below.
Image Courtesy © Adam Mørk
- Architects: RAVN Arkitektur
- Project: JUULSBJERGPARKEN
- Location: Vejle, Denmark
- Photography: Adam Mørk
- Credits: ØsterBO
- Year: 2010-2013
- Collaborations: COWI, Hansson & Knudsen
Saturday, June 21st, 2014
Article source: BBP Arkitekter
BBP Arkitekter have converted an office building dating from 1964 in the center of Copenhagen into the new headquarters for the danish jewellery firm Trollbeads, who are known for their glass and gold beads.
It is a high security building, organised like the old Venetian merchant houses with goods loaded safely at the ground floor, stock and offices above, and, at the highest level, a residence for the owner with a roof terrace.
Image Courtesy © BBP Arkitekter
- Architects: BBP Arkitekter
- Project: Trollbeads House
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: BBP Arkitekter, Jens Lindhe and Kjeld Madsen
- Architect in charge: Ebbe Wæhrens – Partner
- Design team: Lars Rex Christensen, Kathrine Brauer
- Project engineer: Sigurd Østergaard Andersen
- Contractor: Kai Andersen A/S
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Article source: schmidt hammer lassen architects
With its distinctive form and a façade composed of a geometrical pattern of triangular aluminium and glass panels, the new headquarters building for NRGi, one of Denmark’s biggest electricity suppliers, has become a striking landmark on the outskirts of Aarhus.
Image Courtesy © Thomas Mølvig
- Architects: schmidt hammer lassen architects
- Project: NRGi Head Office
- Location: Aarhus, Denmark
- Photography: Thomas Mølvig
- Client: NRGi a.m.b.a.
- Area: 5,065 m²
- Construction sum: € 7.5 million excl. VAT
- Competition: 2005, 1st prize in contractor led competition
- Status: Construction period 2006 – 2007
- Contractor: Hoffmann A/S
- Engineer: LB Consult
- Landscape Architects: schmidt hammer lassen architects
Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Article source: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
Read Nest is a small prefab studio box designed as a detached unit in connection with a private holiday home in Northern Sealand.
Despite the small size the Read Nest is designed for both sleeping and working.
Image Courtesy © Thomas mandrup-poulsen
- Architects: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
- Project: Read Nest
- Location: Asserbo, Denmark
- Photography: Thomas mandrup-poulsen and Torben eskerod
- Area: 9,8 m2
- Client: Private
- Status: Built 2007
- Awards: Nominated for World Architecture Festival 2009
Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
Article source: ADEPT
ADEPT, together with COWI engineers, local Aalborg NORD Arkitekter and GHB Landscape Architects, are behind the winning proposal for an innovative and sustainable building strategy for the Aalborg Barracks. The project includes 9.000 m2 of new buildings planned for completion in 2016.
Image Courtesy © ADEPT / doug&wolf
- Architects: ADEPT
- Project: THE DANISH ARMED FORCES
- Location: Aalborg, Denmark
- Photography: ADEPT / doug & wolf, ADEPT
- Software used: Adobe Creative Suite CC, Sketchup 2014, Vray 2.0 and Autocad LT 2014
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Article source: C.F. Møller Architects
The competition-winning design for the extension and refurbishment of the Vendsyssel Hospital seeks to enhance the overarching architectonic identity of the hospital and to integrate buildings and landscapes in various ways, including a rooftop children’s oasis.
Image Courtesy © C.F. Møller Architects
- Architects: C.F. Møller Architects
- Project: Vendsyssel Hospital – Extension &Renovation
- Location: Hjørring, Denmark
- Client: RegionNordjylland
- Landscape architect: C.F. Møller Landscape
- Engineering: MOE
- Size: 14.000 m2 (new-built), ca. 11.000 m2 (renovation)
- Year: 2014-2019
- Awards: 1st. Prize in Architectural Competition 2014
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Article source: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Skive, Denmark. Invited competition 2014, 1st prize.
Krabbesholm Højskole is located in Skive, Denmark and was founded in 1885. The school has an international direction with students of many nationalities and five main subjects: Fine Arts, Architecture, Graphic Design, Product Design and Photography. The main building is Krabbesholm’s mansion dating from 1565 which has two wings. The latest additions realised in the 2000`s are the Four Boxes Gallery by Japanese Atelier Bow‐Wow, and the new studio buildings by New York‐based MOS Architects.
Image Courtesy © Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
- Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
- Project: Krabbesholm Højskole
- Location: Skive, Denmark
- Architects in Charge: Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham
- Team: Jonas Tjäder, Mia Nygren, Tomasz Pawluś
- Client: Krabbesholm Højskole, principal Kurt Finsten
- Area: 550 sqm
- Year: 2014