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post updated 7 July 2024

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Danish Architectural News + Key New Property Designs, chronological:

7 July 2024
Steam Mill, Malling, Århus, Jutland
Architects: CEBRA
Steam Mill Apartments Malling Aarhus Housing
photo © Adam Mørk
Steam Mill Apartments, Malling

21 November 2023
The Opera Park, Copenhagen
Design: Cobe
The Opera Park Copenhagen Denmark
photo : Francisco Tirado
The Opera Park

25 April 2023
The School on Islands Brygge, København S
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Islands Brygge School Copenhagen building
photo : Adam Mørk
Islands Brygge School Copenhagen

10 Feb 2023
Nature Themed Daycare Center, Sønderborg, Jutland, southern Denmark
Design: ZENI arkitekter a/s
Nature Themed Daycare Center Sønderborg Denmark
photo : ZENI arkitekter a/s
Nature Themed Daycare Center, Sønderborg
In recent years, there has been a tendency in Denmark, to concentrate daycare facilities in fewer and larger daycare centers. This is obviously done to be mor efficient, but also to be able to offer a wider range of facilities, that a normal sized daycare center wouldn’t be able to support on its own.

12 Jan 2023
Maritime Center, Esbjerg, Southern Jutland, western Denmark
Design: WERK Arkitekter and Snøhetta
The Lantern Maritime Center Esbjerg Denmark
photo : wichmann+bendtsen photography
The Lantern Maritime Center, Esbjerg
In the seaport town Esbjerg on the Danish west coast, a new Maritime Center has opened to the public. Developed by WERK Arkitekter and Snøhetta, following a design competition in 2019, the center is created as a shared space for watersport clubs and visitors along the port, providing the town with a social maritime hub and architectural landmark.

5 Jan 2023
The Sergeant, Sønderborg, Jutland, southern Denmark
Design: ZENI arkitekter a/s
The Sergeant Sønderborg Denmark
photo : ZENI arkitekter a/s
The Sergeant, Sønderborg, Denmark
Sergenten is a former army garage and drill hall has been revitalized as a modern concert- and event space, with state-of-the-art kitchen facilities.

Denmark Architecture News in 2022

Danish Architectural News in 2022 listed chronologically:

6 Oct 2022
Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S, Kastrup, Copenhagen
Design: Foster + Partners
Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S Copenhagen Offices
photo : Nigel Young / Foster + Partners
Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S Copenhagen

12 Sep 2022
EUC Lillebælt, Fredericia, Jutland, western Denmark
Design: ZENI arkitekter a/s
Vocational Training Centre Lillebaelt Denmark Architecture News
image : ZENI arkitekter a/s
Vocational Training Centre Lillebaelt, Fredericia
EUC Lillebælt (Vocational Training Centre Lillebaelt) in Fredericia, Denmark, offer vocational training in several fields, namely Transport and Logistics (logistics and warehouse workers, chauffeurs and specialized chauffeurs, crane and forklift operators); Production and Development (smiths, industrial operators and gold smiths); Electrics, Control and IT (electricians, IT workers and process operators); Mechanics (auto mechanics); Building (carpenters). Furthermore, we offer Higher Technical Exam (HTX) for our college students as well as various courses and certificates.

6 Sep 2022
The Triple Folly, Ebeltoft, Jutland, western Denmark
Architect: Caruso St John Architects
The Triple Folly Kvadrat HQ Ebeltoft Denmark Architecture News
photo : Nic Tenwiggenhorn. Image courtesy of Kvadrat
The Triple Folly Kvadrat HQ, Ebeltoft
High-end textile brand Kvadrat is shedding fresh light on the dynamic between architecture and art – a Gesamtkunstwerk – with the opening of The Triple Folly, a sculptural hospitality and conference venue at its HQ in Ebeltoft, Denmark. The Triple Folly – a still life assembled on a hillock overlooking the sea – is three buildings and, at the same time, one building.

28 June 2022
Flugt, Oksbøl, Southern Jutland
Design: BIG architects
Flugt - Refugee Museum of Denmark Architecture News
photo : Rasmus Hjortshoj
Flugt – Refugee Museum of Denmark
Located at the site of Denmark’s largest Refugee camp from World War II, Flugt, gives a voice and a face to refugees worldwide and captures the universal challenges, emotions, spirit and stories shared by displaced humans. FLUGT is BIG’s second museum for Vardemuseerne: a local institution dedicated to archaeology, dissemination, and collection of historical knowledge about the region.

11 May 2022
Aabenraa Crematorium, Aabenraa, Jutland, southern Denmark
Design: ZENI arkitekter a/s
Aabenraa Crematorium Jutland
photo : ZENI arkitekter a/s
Aabenraa Crematorium, Jutland
In a corner of the cemetery in the city of Aabenraa, a new crematorium has been designed by the local architect firm, ZENI arkitekter a/s. The building is designed with a focus on giving the deceased a dignified last journey, as well as providing the employees a pleasant and functional workspace.

29 Apr 2022
Hempel Glass Museum, Nykøbing, Sjælland, Denmark
Redesign: ATELIER BRÜCKNER
Hempel Glass Museum Nykøbing Sjælland
photo : Marcus Sies
Hempel Glass Museum, Nykøbing, Sjælland
The Hempel Glass Museum in Nykøbing Sjælland, Denmark, has reopened. Its exhibition spaces have been redesigned by ATELIER BRÜCKNER.

29 Apr 2022
High-End Biotech Business, Nørremarksvej, Horsens, Jutland
Design: GinnerupArkitekter
High-End Biotech Business Horsens Jutland
photo : Ulrik Tofte Olesen
High-End Biotech Business, Horsens Jutland
Since 1947, Sejet Plant Breeding has been a leader in the breeding of modern varieties of grain. The company is located in the small town of Sejet, in Jutland, within easy reach of the rest of Denmark and the rest of Europe.

27 Mar 2022
The Light Bulb, Aabenraa, southern Jutland
Design: ZENI arkitekter a/s
The Light Bulb Aabenraa Jutland - Denmark Architecture News
photo : ZENI arkitekter a/s
The Light Bulb, Aabenraa
The Light Bulb, named after an old light bulb factory, that previously occupied part of the site, is a renovation an extension of an adult education center in the southern part of Jutland, Denmark. The school has, with the new extension, finished in the autumn of 2017, doubled in size and has become a modern, school building, with a diverse variety of learning spaces.

24 Mar 2022
VIA University College Campus, Horsens, Jutland
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
VIA University College Campus Horsens Jutland
photo : Adam Mørk
VIA University College Campus, Horsens
VIA University College Campus Horsens is an open and unifying shared learning and knowledge environment that is directly integrated with the city and landscape, creating connections and relationships between students, staff, business, and the citizens of the city.

Updated 14 Feb 2022
Carlsberg Central Office, Valby, Copenhagen
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Carlsberg Central Office Cph
photo : Adam Mørk
Carlsberg Central Office Valby Building

7 Feb 2022
Children’s House, Skanderborg, Jutland
Design: GinnerupArkitekter
Children’s House Skanderborg - Denmark Architecture News
photo : Ulrik Tofte Olesen
Children’s House, Skanderborg
Right next to a protected forest in Jutland, this Danish architects office have designed a children’s house inspired by the surrounding scenery. Inspiration that has manifested itself in both the specific design of the house and its use of sustainable materials and in the way the architecture supports children’s everyday life, both indoors and outdoors.

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Denmark Architecture News 2021

1 Nov 2021
Erlev School, Gammel Herregårdsvej 29, Haderslev, Jutland
Architects: Arkitema
Erlev School Haderslev - Denmark Architecture News
photo : Niels Nygaard
Erlev School Haderslev
This new Danish timber school is a pioneering project with strong ambitions for the Danish city of Haderslev. It is the first “new-generation” timber school located in Denmark and one of the very first of its kind in Scandinavia.

19 Oct 2021
Thy National Park visitor centre, Thy National Park, Thy, Northwest Jutland
Design: LOOP Architects
Thy National Park visitor centre building Jutland
photo : Rasmus Hjortshøj, COAST
Thy National Park visitor centre building
This autumn, Denmark has been enriched with a new visitor centre in Thy National Park. This stunning building, designed by Danish LOOP Architects, is in a small coastal village in Northern Jutland. The building is gently and yet visibly wedged into the dune landscape serving as an architectural portal to the 244-square-kilometre national park.

19 Oct + 14 Sep 2021
Kornets Hus, Hjørring, Jutland, northwestern Denmark
Design: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Kornets Hus Hjørring, Jutland, Denmark Architecture News
photography © Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Kornets Hus Hjørring
The Jutland region, with its diversity of landscapes and long history, is in many ways the most continental region in Denmark. Hjørring has some of the oldest traces of settlements nationally and an established cultural landscape.

19 Oct 2021
BIO4 Power Plant, Copenhagen
Design: Gottlieb Paludan Architects
BIO4 Power Plant Copenhagen Architecture News
photo : Allan Tofft
BIO4 Power Plant Copenhagen

10 Oct 2021
Utzon Center – new photos
Utzon Center Aalborg

10 Oct 2021
House of Music – new photos
House of Music in Aalborg

11 Aug 2021
Rising Observation Helix, Wadden Sea National Park, Southern Jutland
Design: BIG architects
Marsk Tower in Hjemsted, Denmark, by BIG
photo : Rasmus Hjortshoj
Marsk Tower Denmark
The 25-meter-high Marsk Tower – translated as “Marsh Tower” due to its location in the marshlands of Denmark’s popular National Park, Wadden Sea – offers expansive views of the natural environment. Appearing as a sculptural art object rising out of the landscape, Marsk Tower will function as an observation lookout that facilitates community as a key tourist landmark.

4 Aug 2021
Thorvald Ellegaard, Odense, Fyn
Architects: Mikkelsen Architects
Thorvald Ellegaard Arena Odense
photo : Søren Aagaard
Thorvald Ellegaard Arena, Odense Denmark
The Thorvald Ellegaard Cycling and Athletics Arena is located in a diversely built area in Odense, Denmark’s third-largest city. The building is sunken into the topography of the site, keeping its visual impact on the immediate surroundings to a minimum.

1 Jul 2021
Government Office Hub, Odense, Fyn
Architects: Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller
Government Office Hub Odense - Denmark Architecture News
image © Studio Aesthetica
Government Office Hub Odense
The Danish Building and Property Agency has awarded the turnkey contract for the construction of a future Government Office Hub in Odense. The building’s load-bearing construction will be built in timber.
Timber buildings play a major role in minimising greenhouse gas emissions from the construction sector.

9 Jun 2021
Mascot International, Pårup, western suburb of Odense, Fyn
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Mascot International Pårup, Denmark building
photo : Martin Schubert
Mascot International Pårup
This new headquarters and logistics centre for Mascot International, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of work wear, brings together the company’s Danish activities and acts as a distinctive landmark.

9 Mar 2021
Danish Crown HQ, Randers

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Denmark Architecture News 2020

16 Nov 2020
Fjordenhus, Vejle Fjord

We post new photos of Fjordenhus, designed by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, his first building. This unusual brick-clad fortress-like office in the Vejle Fjord was built in 2018:

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

Photos by Mikael Knattrup

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

Denmark Architecture News - Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord office building

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord - Denmark Architecture News

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

Denmark Architecture News - Vejle office building

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

Fjordenhus Vejle Fjord Olafur Eliasson office building

A film about this unusual building and its designer:

Film on YouTube

7 Sep 2020
Railway Quarter Masterplan Aarhus, Jutland

9 Jul 2020
Streetmekka in Viborg Sport and Activities Centre

19 May 2020
TIRPITZ Museum in Jutland

4 Apr 2020
The Heart in Ikast, Vestergade, Ikast, Jutland, Denmark
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
The Heart in Ikast Jutland - Denmark Architecture News
photograph : Adam Mørk
The Heart in Ikast
The Heart in Ikast, by C.F. Møller Architects is a new centre for culture and communication, which combines teaching activities, communal activities, physical training and play in various new ways. Designed to offer a cultural community focal point, the building is a powerful, accessible piece of architecture which exudes openness, warmth and welcome.

4 Feb 2020
Cold War Museum at Nordjyllands Historiske Museum, Røde Møllevej 22, Skørping, Rold Forest, Jutland
Design: AART architects with SLA, Niras and Thøgersen & Stouby
Cold War Museum Rold Forest Jutland - Denmark Architecture News
image courtesy of architects office
The Danish Cold War Museum in Rold Forest, Jutland
Together with SLA, Niras and Thøgersen & Stouby as sub-advisors, the Danish architecture firm AART has won the prestigious competition to design the new Danish Cold War Museum in Rold Skov in Northern Jutland.

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Danish Architectural Updates 2019

28 Oct 2019
The New LEGO Group Campus, Billund, Jutland
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Lego Group Campus Billund
photograph © 2019 Adam Mørk
The New LEGO Group Campus in Billund
After four years of planning and construction, the LEGO Group opened the first phase of its new, state-of-the-art Campus at its headquarters in Billund, Denmark today. Designed by C.F. Møller Architects, the campus will span 54,000 square metres and house more than 2,000 employees when it is finished in 2021.

15 Oct 2019
Randers – Our River City
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Randers Our River City - Denmark Architecture News
image courtesy of architects office
Randers Development Plan News
This Danish competition-winning proposal is for the future development plan to bring climate adaptation measures to Randers, bringing “the city to the water”.

post updated 15 Aug 2019 ; 21 Dec 2018
The Wave Vejle, Jylland, western Denmark
Design: Henning Larsen Architects
The Wave in Vejle Denmark
photograph : Jacob Due
The Wave in Vejle, Denmark Building
Following an eleven-year construction period interrupted by the global financial crisis, Henning Larsen’s The Wave apartment building in Vejle, Denmark has finally reached completion.

31 Jul 2019
Idyllic Danish Holiday Retreat on Boeslum Strand

30 Jul 2019
Ultra Fast Charging Stations by COBE in Denmark

21 Mar 2019
Svendborg International Maritime Academy, Fyn (Funen)
Architects: C.F. Møller and EFFEKT
Svendborg International Maritime Academy on Fyn
image courtesy of architects
Svendborg International Maritime Academy on Fyn
A new masterplan for Svendborg harbour connects the city and the harbour with a vibrant environment of business, recreation, climate resilience and the new SIMAC, a beacon for future educational institutions.

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25 Sep 2018
Climatorium in Lemvig, Lemvig, Jutland, western Denmark
Architects: 3XN
Climatorium in Lemvig Jutland - Denmark Architecture News
image courtesy of architects
Danish Climatorium Building
As a forum for knowledge, education, innovation and development projects, this new Jutland building will support Denmark’s role as an exporter of climate solutions and help establish Lemvig and the Central Denmark Region as a center of climate change adaptation.

1 Jul 2018
World Architecture Festival Reveals 2018 Awards Shortlist

Three completed Danish buildings are among the projects shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2018 – the world’s biggest architectural awards programme:

TIRPITZ Museum, Blåvand, western Denmark
Design: BIG Architects
Tripitz Museum - Denmark Building News
photo © Rasmus Bendix
TIRPITZ Museum

Danish Wadden Sea Centre, Ribe, south-west Jutland, south western Denmark
Architects: Dorte Mandrup
The Danish Wadden Sea Centre
photograph : Adam Mørk
Danish Wadden Sea Centre

Besøgscenter Hammershus, Bornholm, eastern Denmark
Design: Arkitema, Architects with Professor Christopher Harlang
Besøgscenter Hammershus Denmark Architecture News
image courtesy of architects
Visitor Centre Hammershus Bornholm

18 Apr 2018
Banegraven Urban Development, Århus, Jylland, west Danmark
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Banegraven in Aarhus
image Courtesy architecture office
Banegraven Aarhus
In cooperation with the City of Aarhus, DSB, MT Højgaard and C.F. Møller Architects are preparing to realise the vision of a new Railway Quarter. This is a new, car-free urban quarter in Aarhus, which will develop the area and connect the surrounding neighbourhoods by covering the railway site from Bruuns Bro to Frederiks Bro.

5 Feb 2018
Treldehuset, Vejle, Jylland
Architects: CEBRA
Treldehuset Danish Architecture News
photography : Mikkel Frost | CEBRA
Treldehuset in Vejle
Small-scale Danish house project.

19 Jan 2018
New charging stations for electric vehicles in Denmark
Design: COBE
New charging stations for electric vehicles in Denmark
image : COBE
Ultra Fast Charging Stations by COBE
In cooperation with the Danish company CLEVER, which supplies charging solutions for electric vehicles, Danish architects COBE is presenting its design for a modular system of ultra-fast charging stations.

15 Jan 2018
Veddinge Hills Summer House
Design: MARTIN KALLESØ ARKITEKTER
Veddinge Hills Summer House - Denmark Architecture News
photo : Joshua Gross, Denmark
Veddinge Hills Summer House near Asnæs

5 Jan 2018
Storkeengen (Stork Meadow), Vorup, Randers
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Storkeengen Randers, Stork Meadow building design
image Courtesy architecture office
Storkeengen Randers, Stork Meadow
The climate adaption project in Vorup near Randers resolves the city’s current and future climate challenges by converting the adjacent nature area, Storkeengen (Stork Meadow), into a public nature park. With the integration of climate resilience strategies, the nature park also brings the unique natural delta along the Gudenå (the longest river in Denmark) closer to the centre of Randers, and to its residents.

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