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6 Feb 2017

Dorte Mandrup Architects News

The Danish Wadden Sea Centre, Ribe, Denmark
The Danish Wadden Sea Centre
photograph : Adam Mørk
The Danish Wadden Sea Centre
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.

22 Jun 2016
Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland
Icefjord Centre
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Ilulissat Icefjord by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
An Icefjord Centre in Ilulissat will attract tourists to Greenland and contribute to our understanding of climate change. The Danish architectural firm Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter has designed the visionary building for the centre with respect of the unique, UNESCO-protected natural surroundings.

The Opal, Kalvebod Brygge, Copenhagen, Denmark
The Opal in Copenhagen
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The Opal, Copenhagen – 8 Jun 2016
Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter has won the competition to design an extension to the existing headquarters of The Danish Society of Engineers, IDA. “The Opal” is technological advanced and a true eye catcher. It will be prominently placed in the Copenhagen Harbour.

Major Building by Dorte Mandrup Architects

Holmbladsgade Sports and Culture Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark
2006
with b&k+ brandlhuber & co.
Holmbladsgade Sports Facility
photo : Torben Eskerod

Holmbladsgade Sports Centre
The scheme’s most pronounced feature is a large translucent membrane that stretches between the sports and culture centre arena, and the four characteristic end walls of the neighbouring public housing scheme.

Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter : Danish Architects Office

Dorte Mandrup – Key Projects

Designs by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter A/S, alphabetical:

Jægersborg Water Tower, Gentofte, Sjælland, Denmark
2006
Jægersborg Water Tower
photo : Torben Eskerod
Gentofte Building – Design Competition win 2004
Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter ApS won in 2004 the competition to convert Jægersborg Water Tower into a mixed-use building. On the upper floors, student housing units mark the perimeter of the existing structure. Each unit is expressed by a protruding crystal-like add-on that brings daylight into the apartment, and offers unobstructed views to the surrounding landscape.

Nicolai Cultural Center, Kolding, Jutland, Denmark
2008
Nicolai Cultural Center Kolding
photo : Adam Mørk
Nicolai Cultural Center
Nicolai Cultural Centre is a conversion of 5 previous school buildings enclosing a common schoolyard. Each building represents a period in Danish school history, from the first school dating 1856 to the last built that opened in 1909. None of the buildings were no longer in use as school buildings, two were listed as cultural heritage.

Study box / Read-Nest, Denmark
2008
Reading Nest
photo : Mandrup-Poulsen
Study box
Measuring only 10 m2, Read-Nest is a small pre-manufactured structure that is designed to sit in the landscape like an architectural folly. Being flexible in situation and use, the owner can place Read- Nest where he or she feels would best suit their needs, whether for study, relaxation or both.

Ringsted Barracks, north Jutland, Denmark
2006
Ringsted Barracks Jutland
photo : Adam Mørk
Jylland Arkitektur
The terrace houses have been built in connection with the official exhibition ‘Living 2006+’ in Ringsted. The construction consists of 7 terrace houses, placed in rows of 2 with respectively 3 and 4 housings, which stagger along a building line.

Trekroner Housing, Roskilde, Denmark
2008
Roskilde Housing
photo : Adam Mørk
Trekroner Housing
The Trekroner Residential Housing Project is part of a large new residential development outside the City of Roskilde immediately adjacent to Roskilde University. In contrast to the large open spaces of the Trekroner development, the two new buildings move individually to create intimate, wind protected, green spaces between them. Parking for the 38 housing units is placed on the northernmost part of the site, leaving the rest of the area for pedestrians and recreational use.

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