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Architecture in Denmark: Bang & Olufsen Retail store in Herning. Architects: Arkitec A/S and Johannes Torpe Studios. Designed in accordance with the shapes and lines in the surrounding environment of the town square with reference to classical buildings from Modernism, e.g. the Bellavista building by Arne Jacobsen. Concrete shell and brass sheets which are backlit with LED lights set with a slow fade-in and out effect.

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GPA wins Copenhagen Light Rail architecture assignment

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Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects. Images: Kontraframe and Peter Jarvad. www.henninglarsen.com

Campus Roskilde by Henning Larsen Architects for University College Zealand. Situated between the urban quarter of Trekroner and the green areas of Roskilde University. I pass this building every day and thought you should have a chance to see it as well. 

The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen. The Crystal (Krystallen) by Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects. Copenhagen.

The Crystal (Krystallen) is one of Copenhagen’s most iconic office buildings. Named “Building of The Year 2011” by Archdaily with architecture by Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

I was inside the amazing Nykredit building yesterday and had a chance to visit from top to toe. Great view to the city and habour of Copenhagen - e.g. from the cantina where employees can enjoy lunch while enjoying the view. Acoustics are remarkably good everywhere despite the open layer with two atria. The disposition of the plan allows the accommodation of open plan, separate offices or meeting rooms - all with great flexibility thanks to intelligent interior design and technical features.

It’s one of the most sustainable buildings in Copenhagen - with an exceptionally low energy-consumption at 70 kWh per square metro  The roof is covered with highly efficient photovoltaic panels generating 80,000 kWh per year. In addition, the triple-layered inner glass façade provides extremely effective thermal insulation. 

Rainwater run-off is collected to be used as grey water for toilet facilities throughout the building, while sea water provides additional cooling for the building. Inside you find Danish designed furniture, lamps etc - and details with triangles as the major theme - inside out.

Outside it’s more or less “freestanding” resting on a single point and a single line. It floats as a visually light, crystalline structure above the plaza.

I can only recommend a visit here. I’ll be back during the summer, that’s for sure!

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Tejlgaard & Jepsen Transform a Temporary Geodesic Dome Into a Permanent Structure

Bella Sky honoured with international award

North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image: Adam Mørk. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image: Adam Mørk. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Kirstine Mengel. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Kirstine Mengel. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Kirstine Mengel. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Adam Mørk. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Kirstine Mengel. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image:  Kirstine Mengel. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image: Adam Mørk. North Atlantic House in Odense. Cornelius + Vöge Architects. Image: Adam Mørk.

North Atlantic House in Odense, Denmark by Cornelius+ Vöge. Exhibition spaces, design shop, restaurant, cultural administration, conference spaces and student apartments located in the habour of Odense. Strong references to wooden houses with saddle roofs from the Nordic countries. Materials are e.g. driftwood from the coast of Iceland, raw concrete, black zinc and catfish skin. 

Cornelius + Vöge Architects, based in Roskilde outside of Copenhagen, has been responsible for the interior design and lighting concept in collaboration with Le Klint. That includes a specially designed series of lights, FLOES, designed and shaped like ice floes with light in. “The lamp has a clear reference to the North Atlantic countries”, says Nanna Vöge, partner and architect at Cornelius + Vöge.

See North Atlantic House, Le Klint and Cornelius + Vöge.

OP - designed by Martin D. Christensen. Danish design spotted by missdesignsays. OP - designed by Martin D. Christensen. Danish design spotted by missdesignsays. OP - designed by Martin D. Christensen. Danish design spotted by missdesignsays.

Hot off the press! I am the first blog in the world to show you OP - new design by Danish designer Martin D. Christensen, one of Denmark’s young talents. 

OP is  a customizable shelving system that uses wedges to keep the different elements in place. This way the elements not only cover functional needs, but also act as constructional parts that stabilize the system. OP is made of solid oak from Dinesen and the shelving system is Martin’s graduation project from Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark.

Again, I am honored and proud to be the first blog in the world to bring you this. Hope you will share it - and give Martin all the attention, he needs. You can get in touch with him here: info@machvaerk.com and follow him on Pinterest

PS. Martin also designed the popular POET table from Nordic Living (shared as breaking news here on the blog last year).

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