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The international design media gives you a daily dose of #allgoodthingsdanish such as design, architecture, urban spaces and cool brands, people and places in Denmark and around the world. Daily source to editors, journalists, bloggers, magazines and medias around the world. If you want a mention, make sure that we get your updates. Get in touch with us on any platform. Content Curator: Marie-Louise Munter.

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    #klostermarksskolen is almost ready! New #school #architecture #mitroskilde #jjwarchitects tearing down the old school designed by @henninglarsenarchitects back in the 60s and building a new #energyefficient school. Classes move in on Monday so I guess they are busy today. The pix is #latergram from a sunny day with #bluesky above #roskilde #visitroskilde #allgoodthingsdanish #archihunter  #spottedbymissdesignsays #contentcurator #denmark #igersdenmark #danishdesign #scandinaviandesign #nordicdesign #nordiclife  (her: Klostermarksskolen)

    #klostermarksskolen is almost ready! New #school #architecture #mitroskilde #jjwarchitects tearing down the old school designed by @henninglarsenarchitects back in the 60s and building a new #energyefficient school. Classes move in on Monday so I guess they are busy today. The pix is #latergram from a sunny day with #bluesky above #roskilde #visitroskilde #allgoodthingsdanish #archihunter #spottedbymissdesignsays #contentcurator #denmark #igersdenmark #danishdesign #scandinaviandesign #nordicdesign #nordiclife (her: Klostermarksskolen)

    Forfatterhuset by COBE Architects. A new Kindergarten in Copenhagen consisting of five small houses with a unique brick cladding and green roof gardens. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

    Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
    Client: City of Copenhagen
    Program: Day-care institution for 160 children, age 0-6
    Size: 1.927 m2
    Status: 1st prize in competition in 2012, completed 2014
    Collaborators: PK3, D.A.I. Arkitekter Ingeniører

    More info: Cobe Architects.

    Images: Adam Mørk and Rasmus Hjorthøj.

    #architecture #mitroskilde #håndværkeren #hersegade #lookup #blie #red #archilover #archihunter #roskilde #denmark #visitroskilde #igersroskilde #visitdenmark #igersdenmark #wu_denmark #ig_europe  (her: Restaurant Håndværkeren)

    #architecture #mitroskilde #håndværkeren #hersegade #lookup #blie #red #archilover #archihunter #roskilde #denmark #visitroskilde #igersroskilde #visitdenmark #igersdenmark #wu_denmark #ig_europe (her: Restaurant Håndværkeren)

    Danish architects from Arkitema have created interior for the reopening of Michelin-starred restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm. Restaurant Frantzén is one of Sweden’s most acclaimed restaurants with two Michelin stars and ranked as no. 23 in the world. The restaurant has just reopened after a refurbishment carried out by Arkitema Architects in collaboration with Studio Feuer. The decor is like food, inspired by both Swedish simplicity as advanced Japanese gastronomy. The material is made ​​of subtle shades of lime, pine, linen / flax and leather. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

    Arkitema Architects, Studio Feuer and lighting designer Lina Färje.

    Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann

    Winner of Renoverprisen 2014 is the sports center “Diamanten" in the small town Bojden on Als, Denmark. The old sports center is named after the diamond shape - using solar energy to provide cheap electricity to the center.  Diamanten uses solar power to heat up water in cooperation with the geothermal heating system. A natural ventilation system secures that the heat and energy of the athletes can be reused to heat the water. The building uses LED-lighting and is as a whole an energy efficient and very flexible construction with folding doors, that can merge four locker rooms into a meeting room. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

    Architects: Stuff ApS.
    Images: Carsten Ingemann.
    Credit: Renoverprisen/Realdania 2014.

    #cpharchitecture #carlsbergbyen #carlsberg #copenhagen #lookup #skorsten #chimney #architecture #archilover #archigram #visitcarlsberg @visitcarlsberg #visitcopenhagen #visitdenmark #allgoodthingsdanish #igerscopenhagen #igersdenmark #wu_denmark #loves_denmark  (her: Carlsberg)

    #cpharchitecture #carlsbergbyen #carlsberg #copenhagen #lookup #skorsten #chimney #architecture #archilover #archigram #visitcarlsberg @visitcarlsberg #visitcopenhagen #visitdenmark #allgoodthingsdanish #igerscopenhagen #igersdenmark #wu_denmark #loves_denmark (her: Carlsberg)

    It is captivatingly futuristic and, alongside the other comparatively simple schemes, speculates just how advanced we could be if we hadn’t neglected our urban waterways for so long

    - Financial Times”

    Video from Tredje Natur featuring HOW - House of Water. A part of the Urban Plunge exhibition at Gallery Roca in London.