News update on NEW AARCH, a building jointly designed by young architecture practice Vargo Nielsen Palle, led by three recently qualified architects, with ADEPT.
How can you interpret the concept Habitation through a digital drawing? 365 architecture students from 64 different countries submitted drawings for this international student competition.
Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum’ (DK) ambitious €40 million expansion plan, Next Level, was suggested in 2015 and now the design of what will be the biggest art gallery project by American artist James Turrell has been revealed.
Design: Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter
Sculpture by danish architect studio built and exhibited in connection with a international biennale that took place in the scenic coastal landscape surrounding the city of Aarhus.
Design: Arkitema, architects
The conference hotel Comwell Aarhus. The building is an impressive ‘work of art’, “drive-in art,” says artist Peter Skovgaard, who conducted the large light installation.
Design: SHL Architects
Designed as a polygonal slice hovering above a glazed building, that rests on a podium with large sculptural stairs. These stairs fan out down to the new harbour promenade surrounding the building.
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is delighted to announce the first ARoS Triennial, a new international contemporary art exhibition that will be presented every three years in Aarhus, Denmark.
AARhus is located at the tip of the manmade island Ø4, in the new urban development of Aarhus Ø. The development sits at the intersection between bay and harbor, city and nature – offering spectacular views of both.
Design: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
The tower is shaped like a sharp origami cut, urban sculpture with a significant architectural expression. The white steel tower stands out as a glowing landmark giving identity to the area and act as a point of reference and meeting in this new part of the city.
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
The new Port Centre unites many of the central functions at the Port of Aarhus in a central building complex, which is designed to form an extremely flexible facility.