Aarhus Møllestien, Building in West Denmark, Danish Architecture Photos, Projects, Architect, Images

Møllestien Århus Bygning, Jylland, Danmark

Jutland Architectural Images, Jul 2008 by Isabelle Lomholt / Adrian Welch

15 July 2008

A historic area just to the south of the city centre, close to the public library.

Close up photographs of some of the quaint old houses:

Møllestien Århus house


Møllestien Århus home

Photos looking down Møllestien Aarhus:

Aarhus Møllestien Møllestien Århus Møllestien Århus Møllestien
photos © Adrian Welch

Location: Møllestien Århus Bygning, Jylland, Danmark, northenr Europe

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Aarhus Buildings

Moesgård Museum Extension Building
Design: Henning Larsen Architects
Moesgård Århus

Aarhus Harbour Buildings
Aarhus Docks Buildings

More information / photographs of Møllestien welcome.

Århus Architecture – Selection

Architectural selection from this mid-Jutland city in western Denmark:

Aarhus Architecture Designs – recent architectural selection on e-architect:

Design: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
Neuroscience Center Aarhus Jutland
picture courtesy of architects office
Neuroscience Center Aarhus
NEURO is the first of its kind in the world, a new Neuroscience Center designed by BIG will bring together psychiatry and neuroscience under one roof to combine groundbreaking science and treatment of physical and mental brain diseases, spinal cord and nervous systems. BIG’s 20 000 sqm design for Aarhus University Hospital mimics the gyrification of the human brain to utilize the limited site area most efficiently while creating synergies between the different disciplines within the hospital.

Nørregade Project in Aarhus
Design: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Nørregade Aarhus building design
image © Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Nørregade 6, Aarhus: Nørreport Housing
It is a win in the city of Aarhus, Denmark! Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS, based in both in Aarhus and in Oslo, are happy to share a preview of the Nørregade- Nørreport Housing Project.

Kalø Tower Visitor Access, Rønde – north east of Århus, Jutland
Design: MAP Architects
Kalø Tower Visitor Access, Rønde, Denmark
photo : Bjørn Pierri Enevoldsen
Kalø Tower Visitor Access
The Kalø Tower Visitor Access project allows access to one of Denmark’s archaeological gems, while offering and intricate spatial experience. Previously inaccessible, the visitor can enter and climb the main space of the tower, perceive the archaeological layers and view the landscape.

Strandbakkehuset Hospice, Rønde, north east of Århus, Jutland, Denmark
Design: AART, Architects
Jutland Healthcare building design by AART Architects
photo : Kontraframe
Strandbakkehuset Hospice in Rønde
The Danish architecture practice AART has designed and completed the new children and youth hospice in Rønde, Strandbakkehuset, as the first newly built hospice of its kind in Denmark – with the overall aim of providing space for life, play and alleviation, thereby offering a vital home for the children, youths and their families in a vulnerable time of their lives.

School of Business and Social Sciences at Aarhus University
Design: AART
School of Business and Social Sciences Aarhus University
image from architect practice
School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University
The Danish practice AART has won the competition to design the new Aarhus BSS, which is the second largest university in Denmark. Flexible study environments and sustainable solutions combined with high architectural qualities. These are the key elements in the future Aarhus BSS.

Århus Arkitektskolen, Nørreport – Aarhus School of Architecture

Ridehuset – Equestrian building

Freemasons’ Building, exhibits power

Århus is the second-largest city in Denmark. It is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, in the geographical centre of Denmark. The inner urban area contains around 269,000 inhabitants (2017) and the municipal population is approximately 336,000 (2017). It is the central city in the East Jutland metropolitan area, which had a total population of 1.4 million in 2016.

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