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post updated 28 Mar 2021 ; 15 May 2008
ONV arkitekter – Key Projects
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Portræt: Arkitekt og indehaver af ONV Arkitekter: Søren Rasmussen
ONV Architects is one of Denmark’s leading innovators within prefabricated housing. The studio is located in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. ONV Architects consistently strives after simple solutions to complex problems – without compromising aesthetic principles or functionality. This take on architecture has been expressed in a number of housing projects where ONV arkitekter has used prefabricated units to create affordable, high-quality housing.
Quotes from this Danish design practice:
“Factory-made architecture will play a significant role in the construction projects o the future. Not to say, that from now on all buildings should be boxes put together on a conveyor belt. But, if you look at the buildings being built using traditional methods in Denmark today, at least half of these buildings would be better off using the factory-made method,” says Søren Rasmussen, owner of this architect office.
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Location: Copenhagen, Denmark, northern Europe
Copenhagen Architects Practice Information
The architecture firm was founded by Søren Rasmussen, architect MAA, in 2000. Søren Rasmussen previously worked for the large Danish architecture firms, Dissing + Weitling and C.F. Møller architects.
This Danish architectural studio has 4-5 staff members and the architects office is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
AIRE Ancient Baths, Hotel Ottilia, Ny Carlsberg Vej 101, 1799 Copenhagen
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AIRE Ancient Baths
Thermal baths, massages, and a unique atmosphere where time does not exist. AIRE Ancient Baths, the luxurious wellness concept, opens the doors to a new Copenhagen branch in the same historic building as Hotel Ottilia.
Nordhavn Station + Orientkaj Station
Design: Arup and Cobe
photo : Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST
Nordhavn Station + Orientkaj Station Copenhagen
Part of the Nordhavn metro line extension connecting the docklands to Copenhagen’s city center, Arup and Cobe have worked together to design two new metro stations, Orientkaj and Nordhavn, under the Nordhavn metro line extension. The recently opened public transport link unlocks the potential for the redevelopment of Copenhagen’s northern docklands, one of the largest urban regeneration projects in northern Europe.
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