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Tegnestuen Vandkunsten Architects, Denmark
Contemporary Architecture Practice : København Arkitekter, Danmark
15 Apr 2016
Tegnestuen Vandkunsten News
Back to the City Conference, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
Keynote speakers include: Sjoerd Soeters, Piers Gough, Theodor Winters and Kathleen James-Chakraborty
Sjoerd Soeters, the designer of the Java Island/Eastern Harbour development in Amsterdam (1991-2000) and Sluseholmen development in Copenhagen (2005-9), will give the keynote address on 5 May.
He will be joined by Piers Gough of CZWG, the master planner of Glasgow’s Crown Street Regeneration (1992-2000), Theodor Winters of STERN Berlin, an important actor in the International Building Exhibit (IBA) 1987, Kathleen James-Chakraborty, an architectural historian at the University College Dublin, and many other international speakers.
Tegnestuen Vandkunsten – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Tegnestuen Vandkunsten, alphabetical:
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Location: Nørrebrogade 66D, 3.dk-2200 København N, Denmark
Tegnestuen Vandkunsten – Practice Information
Architect studio based in Denmark
Danish architectural firm founded in 1970.
Key architecture prize won by this practice:
Alvar Aalto Medal, 2009
It was the first time that the Alvar Aalto Medal was awarded to a team of architects instead of an individual.
The office was established by the architects Svend Algren, Jens Thomas Arnfred, Michael Sten Johnsen and Steffen Kragh.
The partner group was joined in 2000 by the architects Jan Albrechtsen and Ole Halfdan Andersen and in 2008 by the architects Flemming Ibsen, Pernille Schyum Poulsen, Søren Nielsen and landscape architect Thomas Nybo Rasmussen.
Architecture Designs in Denmark – chronological list
Danish Architects : key building designers information
One of the office’s early, influential, works is Tinggården. this is a residential district in Herfølge, a suburb just south of Køge in Denmark (1971–78). The design is noted for the spatial solutions aimed to promote social coherence.
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Buildings / photos for the Tegnestuen Vandkunsten Architects page welcome