With a completely re-conceptualized conversion and extension, the Wadden Sea Centre – gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site – has recently been opened to the public in Ribe on the west coast of Denmark.
The winning proposal is a new center with facilities for a variety of sports like parkour, skate, bouldering, basketball, trial, as well as a series of customized workshop areas for DJing and music production, an animation studio, fabrication lab and artist studios.
Transforming a former German WWII bunker, within the protected shorelands of Blåvand the new building has four main volumes, housing four independent institutions: a bunker museum, an amber museum, a history museum and a special exhibitions gallery.
An old boiler building from the 1940s in the unique, historic industrial complex in Vejle. The architects have designed the 1,200 sqm refurbishment project to provide space for the new Design Driven Innovation Centre housing 30 creative companies.
Danish architecture photos – new architectural images from recent visit to Denmark: Esrum Kloster & Møllegård, Sjælland: the former Cistercian monastery is now used as a museum and a school for the study of nature and the environment.
One of the most interesting new buildings in Denmark, a fascinating project in a key Danish cultural site. Leaving the historic dock walls untouched, the architects have placed the galleries below ground in a continuous loop around the dry dock walls – making the dock the centerpiece of the exhibition.
17.000sqm cultural centre in an old ship yard. It contains concert halls, public library, showrooms and conference rooms. The design won an open international architecture competition. The building is adjacent to Danish Maritime Museum by BIG and Kronborg Castle immortalized in William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet.