In an old university building in the Danish city of Aarhus, I’m led down into what looks like a bomb shelter. A heavy door opens into a darkened storeroom, with rows of exhibits stacked on shelves. Finally, at the end of one aisle is a case the size
Saturday 11 October 2014, Moesgaard Museum opened the doors and for the first time invited the public in to the new exhibition building. Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II took care of the official inauguration of the building.
The Municipality of Middelfart on the Danish island Funen has chosen a project by the construction group 5E Byg as the winner of the competition on city centre development. The project is created in collaboration with Henning Larsen Architects, Rambøll, and LIW Planning. It includes a new city hall, apartments, and shops.
The façade of the new Frederiksbjerg School in Aarhus will be built entirely from recycled bricks. The reuse of materials is one of many features of a sustainable strategy that both children and the environment will benefit from.