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Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects. Image: Henning Larsen Architects. Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects. Image: Henning Larsen Architects. Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects. Image: Henning Larsen Architects. Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects. Image: Henning Larsen Architects. Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects. Image: Henning Larsen Architects.

Moesgård Museum or Moesgaard as you would say in English, outside of Aarhus, Denmark. By Henning Larsen Architects. Open to visitors in October 2014. A world class museum that is a striking landmark visible from both land and sea - in the hilly landscape of Skåde. A sloping roof scape of grass, moss and flowers the building will appear a powerful visual landmark perceptible even from the sea. Inside the museum offers a new approach to the presentation of cultural history. Can’t wait for it to open!

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SIRI SKAMMEL. Designer: Hans-Christian Bauer. Cabinetmaker: Andrea Thorsøe Stockholm. Upholsterer: Louise Vesti Nielsen. SIRI SKAMMEL. Designer: Hans-Christian Bauer. Cabinetmaker: Andrea Thorsøe Stockholm. Upholsterer: Louise Vesti Nielsen. GLOBAL WORKSTATION. Designer: Rasmus Fenhann. Cabinetmakers: Bjarne Ashley Sejer Andersen and Marius Krogsgaard Thomsen. HORSESHOE CHAIR. Designer: Rasmus Appel. Cabinetmaker: Lennarth Meyer-Puttiz. TO GATHER. Designer: Troels Grum-Schwensen. Cabinetmaker: Martin Kellermann Hansen. LØNSTRUP. Designer: Jonas Lyndby Jensen. Cabinetmakers: Jakob Hede and Simon Pram Poulsen.

A must see in Copenhagen next week is the exhibition “Skud på stammen" at Gl. Strand. Starts Monday the 18th November and ends Friday 22nd November. 20 examples of “Danish craft”  made in a cooperation between  leading designers and young cabinetmakers. The students from Copenhagen Technical College (KTS) are newly graduated from the furniture lines, cabinetmakers lines and the upholstery-lines. Who knows whether any of these fine furniture will be a future classic?

I will be at the private view/exhibition opening and will be covering on my Instagram, so do follow if you want to see more! 

The Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal from 1939 was in use at Copenhagen Airport until 1960. The Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark. The Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark. The Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark. The Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark. Farewell Flight with SAS MD 80 taking us on a cruise around Denmark - last flight ever within SAS. Crew members of the Farewell Flight was wearing uniforms designed by Dior in the 70's - retro and beautiful! Getting ready to board the #sasmd80 #farewellflight from Copenhagen. A legendary tale - no longer a part of the SAS. Goodbye #sasmd80

Goodbye SAS MD80! Today I was lucky to be a part of the Farewell Flight with SAS - cruising over Denmark. Takeoff from the Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal in Copenhagen Airport and celebrating the last flight in the air with the Minister of Transport, Pia Olsen Dyhr and other VIP’s from SAS, their customers, Facebook competition winners etc. Here are a few images from the terminal before take off. More from the very special occasion on the blog - tomorrow!

Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen. Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen. Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen. Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen. Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen. Invisible Garden House - Danish design by Simon Hjermind Jensen.

Came across this Invisible Garden House - by Danish Simon Hjermind Jensen. It’s a pilot project built North of Copenhagen in a private garden, where it extends the summer - just like every oldfashioned greenhouse would do (or does, I have one in my garden, and we love it!). The three connected domes functions as a garden house/green house - the middle dome with wooden floor. How would you want it? The size and shape of the domes can be designed individually for both private and public spaces. Personally, I do hope, that Simon Hjermind Jensen’s pilot project will develope and grow strong. Could easily imagine these domes as public spaces, for urban gardening, in parks, on flat roof terraces etc. Danish design at it’s best.

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The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays. The Iceberg in Aarhus, Denmark. Image: missdesignsays.

The Iceberg (Isbjerget) in Aarhus Harbour is a residential complex with 200 affordable apartments in a new neighborhood development in Denmark’s 2nd largest city, Aarhus. Architects: Team of JDS Architects, Cebra, SeArch, Louis Paillard.

The Iceberg is a part of the new harbour front in the area - bringing industry, people and the city together.

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Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights.

Helligtrekongers Kirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. By Erik Møller Architects. A new church next to the old church. A modern building with LED-lights. Case at Lysets Dag, September 5th in Lokomotivværkstedet, Copenhagen where architect Henrik Terkelsen explained how lighting and architecture goes hand in hand. 

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