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  • The Baltic Cities Are An Architectural Haven

    The Baltic cities have a rich history and culture which has led to some of the finest architecture in the world being produced in the region. The area is a very popular cruising destination as there is simply so much to see from the grand, ornate cathedrals of St Petersburg to the Nordic minimalism of […] More

  • Danish Home of Blogger & Novelist ANNIKA ᴠᴏɴ HOLDT

    As much as her cute cat the Danish Home of Blogger & Novelist Annika von Holdt is the star of her instagram account as well as blog page. Annika found the right balance of modern and vintage for her rather minimal classic apartment in Denmark. It’s a jungle in here. A photo posted by ANNIKA ᴠᴏɴ HOLDT (@annikavonholdt) on […] More

  • Summerhouse in Denmark by Kim Holst Architect

    Summerhouse in Denmark is work of the renowned Kim Holst Architect practice, the wooden panels dominating the house are interrupted by an all white kitchen, as well as the separation of the work area and bathroom space. The house was styled for the shoot by Hanne Vind. FIND MORE HOUSES ON ARCHISCENE For more of […] More

  • Bjarke Ingels Group Unveils Zootopia

    Bjarke Ingels Group and Givskud Zoo unveil redesign and expansion plans for the existing Zoo from 1969 in central Jutland, which includes a bike-safari through the entire 120 HA park- and where wildlife and humans co-exist. More

  • LLama Restaurant by Kilo Design and BIG

    BIG partners Jakob Lange and Bjarke Ingels along with KiBiSi collaborator Lars Larsen, founding partner of Kilo Design, Jonas Hartz of Hz and CoFoCo open Llama, a restaurant in the heart of Copenhagen. Designed by Jakob Lange and Lars Larsen, Llama merges colorful Latino vernacular with cool Scandinavian design to create a warm blooded addition […] More

  • Fairy Tales House in Odense by BFArchitecture

    bFArchitecture practice share with us their Purchased Prize winning design of the Fairy Tales House in Odense, Denmark. The House of Fairy tales is composed of a museum part which is underground and 10 Follies Houses disperse on the Lotze’s Garden. More

  • New North Zealand Hospital by C.F. Møller Architects

    Another proposal for the New North Zealand Hospital comes from creative studio C.F. Møller Architects. Project is located in the Hillerød, Denmark. Discover more of this hospital design after the jump: More

  • Herzog & de Meuron Win International Design Competition in Hillerød

    The New North Zealand Hospital has appointed Herzog & de Meuron to design their new building, located North of Copenhagen, close to the town of Hillerød. It is scheduled to open in 2020. Working in collaboration with the Danish firm of Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter, the team was selected ahead of six other architecture firms. More

  • Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects

    Henning Larsen Architects practice has completed the construction of the Moesgaard Museum in Aarhus, Denmark. The museum is not only conceived as a striking landmark, visible from both land and sea, but will also come as a very important museum experience when it opens to visitors in 2014. More

  • Höst Restaurant by NORM.ARCHITECTS

    Scandinavian minimalist and architects Jonas Bierre and Kaspar Rønn from the NORM.ARCHITECTS practice, are the authors of the world's best designed resaturant – Höst Restaurant. Their design for the Höst Restaurant had won a several prestigious awards like Best Restaurant 2013, Best European Restaurant 2013 and Best Restaurant 2013 Worldwide.  More

  • PLH Arkitekter’s New Offices

    PLH Arkitekter designed their own working spaces in a former factory building in the city of Copenhagen. For more images continue after the jump: More

  • Arkitema Wins Competition for a Visitor Centre at Hammershus

    Arkitema architecture studio has designed a winning proposal for the invited, international EU competition 2013. Their project design is shaped for the Visitor Centre at Hammershus in Denmark. The visitor centre basically consists of three elements: a passable roof, heavy concrete walls and wooden floors. The visitor centre functions as a huge covered terrace with one continuous room, […] More

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