Architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
Varde Museums, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, and Tinker Imagineers celebrate the opening of TIRPITZ – a sanctuary in the sand that acts as a gentle counterbalance to the dramatic war history of the site in Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark.
Architect: Sigurd Larsen
The Green House is one of a series of single family houses is designed for Frikøbing in Denmark. The development plan for the area has high demands on sustainability for construction materials, insulation, energy and air circulation.
Architect: Sigurd Larsen
The Light House is the second of Sigurd Larsen’s typologies to be developed in the area and consists of a simple plan arrangement that allow for low construction costs while offering generous living spaces.
Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects and CREO
The 32,000 sqm extension of Kolding Hospital in Denmark has been completed as one the first new built hospitals part of the EUR 6.4 billion modernising of Denmark’s future hospital capacity.
Danish Design Award winners news – the game-changing Open Embassy, the aesthetic-functional walking frame Scandinavian Indoor, the expansive car-sharing concept GoMore and the partnership-building VenligBolig, which promotes the integration of refugee families.
Design: Form4 Architecture, architects
Architecture competition to take a bus shelter, an atypical, ubiquitous object within the public realm, and create a design for a rural area of Denmark.
Design: Conm + Kallesø
The projects consits of two dwellings each 140 sqm. Each dwellings consists of an entrance, 2 toilets, 2 bedrooms, 1 master bedroom and a huge 60 sqm living room which has access to a semi secluded private garden facing the street.
Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
A successful premiere marked the beginning of a sold out season at Denmark’s first newly built theatre in over a century outside of the Danish capital Copenhagen.
Architects: Urban Agency and Aarhus Arkitekterne
Although the MCH Messecenter in Herning is already the biggest exhibition in Denmark, that doesn’t hinder the plans for its future development from being very ambitious.
Architects: Dorte Mandrup
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.
design: EFFEKT, architects
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.
This visitor centre will be an architectural gateway that gathers and communicates a vast range of visitor experiences. It will form a natural starting point for hikes in the area.