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Hellig Kors Kirke

in Architecture by KHR Arkitekter ()
contributed by 128 miesvanderrohe, 18 March 2009
Church of Holy Crossby KHR Arkitekter A/S / Professor, Partner Architect maa Jan SøndergaardMore info: www.khr.dkPhoto credits: Torben Eskerod

Elephant House, Copenhagen Zoo

in Architecture by Foster + Partners ()
contributed by 3 DeConstrumatica, 12 October 2008
A stimulating environment for the elephants is complemented by easily accessible spaces. Lots of research was done into elephants behavioural patterns and fed into the design. Shortlisted project in...

Utzon Centre Aalborg

The SiteThe Centre is situated at the harbourfront with seaview, in the parksequence, characteristic for the new harbour front area in Aalborg.The platform creates a basis for the buildings around...

Kastrup Sea Bath

Reaching out into the Øresund from the Kastrup Strand Park, the Kastrup Sea Bath forms a living and integral part of the new sea front. The project consists of a main building on the water, the...

The Charlotte Garden

in Architecture by SLA Landskabsarkitekter
  contributed by 128 miesvanderrohe, 30 October 2009
Northern-European urban residential blocks are characterized by their open cores, defining internal courtyards. A century ago, architects of the social re-form movement started planting gardens in...

Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

in Architecture by Tony Fretton Architects ()
  contributed by 3 DeConstrumatica, 5 October 2008
Regional art museum designed to house the Storstrøm Art Museum’s permanent collection of Danish fine art dating from the period 1780-1980.Shortlisted project in the World Architecture Festival,...

Sparekassen Østjylland

in Architecture by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
contributed by 295 Carlos Lanuza, 22 April 2009
On the outskirts of the town of Hammel in east Jutland, a new business park occupying a single stretch of meadow land, comprising freestanding built volumes, grazing sheep, fruit trees and deciduous...

The Royal Playhouse

The Royal Danish Playhouse occupies one of Copenhagen’s most important points of conjuncture, the meeting of a historic city quarter, the harbour, and the sea. The playhouse, firmly rooted in the...

Sjakket Youth Club

in Architecture by PLOT ()
contributed by 159 archdaily, 10 March 2009
By converting a run down factory into a base camp, the immigrant youth are given an alternative place to go off of the streets.The exterior gables and structural walls were subject to strict...

Prag's Boulevard

in Architecture by Kristine Jensens Tegnestue
contributed by 128 miesvanderrohe, 24 November 2009
Prags Boulevard is situated between old industrial areas and very large apartment buildings, a particularly worn and in many ways strained area. It had non-inspiring public facilities and the road...
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