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  • Ørestad Church

    Henning Larsen wins Competition to design New Church in Copenhagen

    The Ørestad Church, a contemporary landmark for the capital of Denmark, depicts a gathering spot at a clearing in the woods. An inverted façade design produces protrusions inside the deep church walls, creating an extroverted area for the community. The church is constructed of wood and wood shingles, reflecting the character of Restad’s open environment […] More

  • The Fritz Hansen Pavilion by Henning Larsen

    The Fritz Hansen Pavilion by Henning Larsen Built for Disassembly

    Henning Larsen and Fritz Hansen joins forces to build the Fritz Hansen Pavilion for 3daysofdesign. Set in Designmuseum Denmark’s beautiful garden, Grønnegården, the Pavilion is designed with a Nordic approach centered around daylight and honest materials. Discover more after the jump. “Celebrating the 150 years anniversary of Fritz Hansen, we wanted to create a spatial […] More

  • H.C. Andersen House designed by Kengo Kuma

    Take a Tour of H.C. Andersen House designed by Kengo Kuma

    Renowned Japanese star architect Kengo Kuma has designed the H.C. Andersen House in Odense, a museum that celebrates the legacy of storyteller Hans Christian Andersen. The museum has both indoor and outdoor spaces, encompassing a total of 12,600 m2, two-thirds of which is subterranean. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. From […] More

  • Marmormolen by Henning Larsen

    Marmormolen by Henning Larsen

    Henning Larsen Architects have teamed up with Ramboll to design this stunning timber building for the Danish pension fund in Copenhagen. The building, which will be one of Denmark’s largest contemporary wood structures, blends office, retail, and public activities and contains a welcome green plaza, magnificent rooftop gardens, promenades, and a waterfront park. Take a […] More

  • BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group

    Discover the Marsk Tower designed by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

    BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group  desgined  “Marsk” , a spiraling observatory along Denmark‘s heathlands at Wadden Sea National Park. Bjarke Ingels Group worked on the design for the tower as part of a local partnership with Marsk Camp Group to create an experiential destination that presents the unique landscape from a new perspective to tourists […] More

  • Theodora House by ADEPT

    Theodora House by ADEPT

    Danish architecture studio ADEPT has recently completed works on a new mixed-use complex in Copenhagen featuring a customized brickwork design of the Theodora House. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Cityringen by Arup

    Cityringen by Arup

    Arup designed Copenhagen’s new underground stations for the Cityringen line, taking a user-centric ethos at every step of the way. Inspired by the Scandinavian design tradition, the result is a spacious, light-filled space with distinctive internal façades that echo the local spirit of the areas they connect to. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Fælledby Masterplan by Henning Larsen

    Fælledby Masterplan by Henning Larsen

    Henning Larsen are going to design Fælledby, Copenhagen’s first all timber neighborhood. Envisioned as 40 percent undeveloped nature, the Fælledby community illustrates how new developments can combine sustainable architecture and environmentalist principles to serve people and animals alike. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Solrødgård Water Treatment Plant by Henning Larsen

    Solrødgård Water Treatment Plant by Henning Larsen

    Nearly two-thirds of the world’s population experiences severe water scarcity during at least one month of the year. As climate change and global crowding intensify, this figure will only become more severe. Henning Larsen’s open, green-roofed, and accessible design in Hillerød is fit for a picnic, putting the community face to face with their use […] More

  • Henning Larsen's Hotel Alsik the Final Piece in Frank Gehry's Masterplan to Revitalize Southern Danish Town

    Henning Larsen’s Hotel Alsik the Final Piece in Frank Gehry’s Masterplan to Revitalize Southern Danish Town

    Doubling overnight capacity in the port town of Sønderborg, Henning Larsen’s new 190-room hotel is the final piece in a masterplan developed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry to bring new cultural, commercial potential to the region. Along the southern coast of Denmark, a few miles from the border with Germany, aluminum and glass stretch skyward […] More

  • Esbjerg Bypark Design by Henning Larsen Architects

    Esbjerg Bypark Design by Henning Larsen Architects

    Architecture firm Henning Larsen is the winner of an open competition to revitalize Esbjerg Bypark, a historic harborside park in the coastal city in western Jutland. The future 30,000m2 park, which is nestled between the city’s commercial center and its working harbor, crafts a green cultural framework for the flourishing city to grow into and […] More

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