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Winning design of a new super hospital in Denmark by C.F. MØlLLER Architects

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Article source: C.F. MØlLLER Architects

Rådgivergruppen USK, headed by C.F. Møller, Alectia and Rambøll, has been named as the winner of the competition to build the new Køge University Hospital, with a budget of DKK 4 billion 

Køge University Hospital (USK) is an expansion of the existing Køge Hospital, which will be increased threefold to a total area of 177,000 m². This is a visionary project in terms of both architecture and functionality. The hospital’s various functions can be structured on a highly flexible basis, with good opportunities to support Region Zealand’s vision of holistic patient care.

Image Courtesy © C.F. MØlLLER Architects

  • Architects: C.F. MØlLLER Architects
  • Project: Winning design of a new super hospital
  • Location: Denmark
  • Architect partner: Klavs Hyttel, C.F. Møller Architects
  • project manager:  Svend G. Hvid, C.F. Møller Architects
  • Budget framework: DKK 4 billion
  • No. of beds: approx. 900
  • Total floorspace: approx. 177,000 m2
  • Newly constructed floorspace: approx. 130,000 m2
  • No. of bed days: 245,000 p.a

Elephant House in Copenhagen, Denmark by Foster + Partners

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Article source: Foster + Partners

Set within a historic royal park, adjacent to the Frederiksberg Palace, Copenhagen Zoo is among the oldest zoos in Europe and one of Denmark’s most popular cultural institutions, with 1.2 million visitors a year. Among the Zoo’s most visited inhabitants are the Indian elephants. The starting point for the design of this new Elephant House was to provide these magnificent animals with a healthy, stimulating environment and in the process to create easily accessible spaces from which visitors can see and enjoy them.

Image Courtesy © Nigel Young_Foster + Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Elephant House
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Client: Foundation Realdania for Copenhagen Zoo
  • Area: 3250m2 internal (building – stables and visitor areas), 3500m2 external paddock areas, 2050 m2 visitor circulation/landscape
  • Internal breakdown: Visitor areas 900m2, Service areas 750m2, Stables 1600m2
  • Site Area: 8800m2
  • Number of Floors: 2 – main floor + mezzanine exhibition/entrance space
  • Capacity: 8 elephants, 6 keepers, 4 staff, 150 visitors max at any time (varies throughout year)
  • Glass domed roofs: Herd 45m x 23m, Bulls 30m x 15m

Frederiksberg Courthouse wins a RIBA International Award 2013 in Denmark by 3XN

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Article source: 3XN

Image Courtesy © 3XN

  • Architects: 3XN
  • Project: Frederiksberg Courthouse wins a RIBA International Award 2013
  • Location: Denmark

Næstved Arena Winning Proposal in Denmark by CEBRA

Monday, June 24th, 2013

Article source: CEBRA

Danish architects CEBRA have won the competition to design Næstved Arena, a new multipurpose venue for sports, music and culture events in eastern Denmark. The 10.000 m2 arena opens new possibilities for attracting national and international events to the region. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2014 and has a capacity of 2.500-4.000 spectators, depending on the type of event.

Image Courtesy © CEBRA

  • Architects: CEBRA
  • Project: Næstved Arena
  • Location: Ved Stadion, Næstved, Denmark
  • Commission: Public
  • Category: Sports and culture
  • Client: Næstved Municipality
  • Year: 2013-2014 – ongoing
  • Purpose: Multipurpose arena for sports, music and culture events
  • Size: 10.000 m2GFA new building
  • Budget: DKK 68m / € 9,1m excl. VAT

Terminal Connection in Copenhagen, Denmark by Danielsen Architecture

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Article source: Danielsen Architecture

Copenhagen Airport is continuously voted one of the best airports in the world and is a major hub in Scandinavia. As part of the Client goal to maintain this position the Terminal Connector was required to have iconic architectural presence while still being contextual with the existing terminal buildings. Further client requirements included, that the 300 meter long building was to function as a noise deflector at least 13 m high, and also provide a cantilevered roof for column-free bus parking area.

Image Courtesy © Danielsen Architecture

  • Architects: Danielsen Architecture
  • Project: Terminal Connection
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Client: CPH Copenhagen Airport
  • Year: 2005-2007
  • General contractor: Promecon
  • Project area: 4500  m²
  • Engineer: Moe & Brødsgaard A/S
  • Budget: DKK 175 mill.
  • Project involvement: Competition Winner and Executing Architect


CEU Kolding in Denmark by HOWE a/s

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Article source: HOWE a/s

CEU is a leading regional centre for business education in Kolding, Denmark. It involves 9,300 m2 with a supplementary student residence of 2,200 m2. CEU Kolding was completed in 2002 as a project of Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen A/S, Aarhus. The building stands as five squares with a quiet gravity, placed in the open field as an indication and underlining of the green, rolling countryside.

Image Courtesy HOWE a/s

  • Architects: HOWE a/s
  • Project: CEU Kolding
  • Location: Kolding, Denmark


Vinge Masterplan Proposal in Copenhagen, Denmark by EFFEKT + Henning Larsen Architects

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Article source: EFFEKT + Henning Larsen Architects

Welcome to vinge

Vinge is a brand new town planned in scenic nature surroundings 30 minutes from Copenhagen. The development of Vinge is a large project both in international and regional perspectives. With its development area of 350 hectares it is currently the largest urban development in Denmark. Wing will house around 10,000 residents and employ 4,000 people. The city will have its own train station and a new highway will take its residents rapidly to and from Copenhagen.

Image Courtesy EFFEKT + Henning Larsen Architects


Udbetaling Danmark Holstebro in Hostrupsvej, denmark by CEBRA

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Article source: CEBRA

The new domicile for public authority Udbetaling Danmark (UDK) in Holstebro manages a series of vital social services, such as state pension and maternity pay, for the entire region of Midwestern Denmark. The building gathers employees from several municipalities in one new administration building, which has to handle and ensure a centralized and efficient service for the citizens.

Image Courtesy © Mikkel Frost

  • Architects: CEBRA
  • Project: Udbetaling Danmark Holstebro 
  • Location: Hostrupsvej, Holstebro, denmark
  • Photography: Mikkel Frost
  • Commission: Public
  • Type: Turn-key contract
  • Category: Office
  • Client: ATP Ejendommea/s
  • Year: 2011 – 2012, inaugurated October 1st 2012
  • Purpose: Office building and citizen service center
  • Size: 4.600 m²
  • Budget: DKK 77m/€ 10,32m excl. VAT
  • Prize: Competition 1st prize
  • Energy class: Low energy class standard 2015
  • Turn-key contractor: Sjælsø
  • Engineers: Orbicon, Bent Moesby


4B in Copenhagen, Denmark by Holscher Arkitekter

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Article source: Holscher Arkitekter

In the centre of Copenhagen, close to Nyboder, Holscher Arkitekter has designed and constructed a residential project on a very narrow site of seven meters. The structure is unusual in its form, in its detailing and in its relation to the city.

The project 4B consists of a slim structure of glass, a plaster gable and a light cladding of Tombac. From the ground to the fourth floor the building is facing north and south. The structure is extruded from the street to the courtyard taking a cue in height from the tall adjacent red brick house and forming a white plaster wall against the 3 storey neighboring house.

Image Courtesy © Peter Nørby 

  • Architects: Holscher Arkitekter
  • Project: 4B
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Peter Nørby
  • Name of building: 4B
  • Address: Stokhusgade 4b
  • Builder: Claus Sivager/Nils Holscher
  • Finished: January 2008
  • Floorage: 580 m²
  • Co-workers: Nils Holscher partner, Claus Sivager partner, Mikkel Nordberg partner, Philip Pedersen sagsarkitekt, Maria-Rose Guldbrandsen stud, Thomas Bossel stud.
  • Engineer: Erik K. Jørgensen
  • Landscaper: Holscher Arkitekter as
  • Software used: AutoCAD

Hobro Mid-Town in Denmark by Schonherr and Holscher Arkitekter

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

Article source: Holscher Arkitekter

Team Schonherr’s proposal is best practice as to how a historical center can be reunited with the habour that once put the city on the map. This is done by the new urban spaces inheriting qualities from the historic center. Not by miming the historic town’s architecture, but through detailed planning to achieve spatial qualities of the historic town. Hobro town centre is converted to realize the potential of the town centre and restore physical, visual and social links between the port and the town. At the same time, the project handles the traffic of the town centre optimally, without creating new barriers.

Image courtesy Schonherr Arkitekter

  • Architects: Schonherr and Holscher Arkitekter
  • Project: Schonherr and Holscher Arkitekter wins competition for Hobro mid-town in coorperation
  • Location: Hobro, Denmark


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