Aarhus architecture, Jylland, Danmark – best new Jutland buildings, architects & images – info on contemporary Århus buildings, Danish architecture developments
Find information on the best buildings + architects in this Jutland city, e-architect’s experienced guides can show your group around – discover new & old architecture in Denmark: Aarhus Architecture Tours
Kalø Tower Visitor Access at one of Denmark’s archaeological gems – offering intricate spatial experience. Previously inaccessible, culture and nature united by this spiral access
Danish architects AART design wooden building with an inner climatic Babylonian garden: architecture competition win for new office and community centre in Viby Syd, Aarhus, Denmark
Designed by C.F. Møller Architects, Villa Rypen is a single-storey home located on the edge of a forest in Aarhus. Inspired by the unique site, the forest is invited in, and the house extends its terraces to reach out to the forest’s tall trees.
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Former industrial silo redesigned by C. F. Møller Architects as rural high-rise housing: at its base a new ‘village centre’ is created, public space surrounded by shops and housing, and a green park with allotments.
Home for Life is designed as the world’s first Active House and is the result of an interdisciplinary development process. The sustainable single-family house is a CO2 neutral demonstration project and is designed to produce more energy than it consumes.
e-architect director Isabelle Lomholt reviews new Moesgård Museum building design by Henning Larsen Architects, “I felt a slight apprehension when hearing of the new home for Moesgård, but I am delighted with the massive unobtrusive building”.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Wins Competition to Design Sports and Culture Campus in Aarhus, Denmark. The multi-use community project is a key component of the revitalisation of the Gellerup district.
Campus Horsens establishes itself as a city in the city with a continuation of the area’s building block structure, narrow streets, parks and urban squares. The campus establishes a path that connects three new urban areas.
Aarhus School of Architecture, schmidt hammer lassen architects, VOLA and The Danish Arts Foundation announce fifth joint venture competition Drawing of the Year 2017. The theme is Everyday Utopia.