Posts Tagged ‘Denmark’
Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Article source: NORD ARCHITECTS COPENHAGEN
We are proud to announce our winning design for a new City Hall for the municipal of Furesø in Denmark. The design proposes a city hall solution where sustainability and democratic design has been the driving force and ambition. “Our hope is that Furesø City Hall will be a model for the future of democratic institutions and provide a framework for collaborations and new alliances between government, citizens and business. Therefore, the team has designed a building that enters into a dialogue with its surroundings and its users. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with such an important project and we look forward to future cooperation with all our excellent collaborators to realize the construction”says Johannes Molander Pedersen, partner in NORD Architects.
Image Courtesy © NORD ARCHITECTS COPENHAGEN
- Architects: NORD ARCHITECTS COPENHAGEN
- Project: NEW FURESØ CITY HALL
- Location: FURESØ, Denmark
- Client: Municipality of Furesø
- Program: City Hall
- Job Type: Turnkey competition
- Size: 5.400 m² (including renovation of 2.000 m²)
- Economy: 80.7 million DKK
- Status: 1 prize. Current, Expected to be finished in August 2017
Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Article source: Svendborg Architects
We chose to preserve the old building with its fine plastered walls and contrast this by adding a single element, – an element which is entirely covered with the same material of black anodized aluminium.
Image Courtesy © Ole Hein
- Architects: Svendborg Architects
- Project: Studio Posehuset – Transformation of an old stable into a small studio
- Location: Farum, Denmark
- Photography: Ole Hein
- Software used: AutoCad
- Client: Private
- Type: Housing, Transformation
- Contractor: A&C byg
- Interior light: Lightmakers
- Interior mirrors: Zederkop A/S
- Size: 25 m2
- Status: Completed 2010
Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
Article source: Sophus Søbye Architects ApS.
The new scout hut and village hall with the related outdoor play area is located behind the park, Søndermarken in copenhagen. The plot lies stretched out between the road and Søndermarken. It is at the narrowest point not more than 10 meters, but in return it is 80 meters long in east west direction. The plot has a level jumps in the same direction about three meters. The prospect of the large trees in Søndermarken is to make the plot quite unique.
Image Courtesy © Jens Larsen
- Architects: Sophus Søbye Architects ApS.
- Project: DDS Søndermarken
- Location: Bag Søndermarken 20, 2000 Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Jens Larsen, Rasmus Hjortshøj
- Project Team: Sophus Søbye MAA, David Vega y Rojo MAA, Martin Freeman MAA, Maria del Mar Freire Morales
- Structural Engineering: Rostgaard Engineering Consultants A/S
- Client Representative: Marianne Båastrup-Larsen, DDS Søndermarken Group
- Area: 420 m2 + 100 m2 covered area.
- Project Year: 2015
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