Amager Resource Centre, ski slope on a Waste-to-Energy Plant in Copenhagen, Denmark, design by BIG architects: a revolutionary new project by Bjarke Ingels to form a tourist attraction.
Three years ago Amager Bakke kicked off construction in Copenhagen. The pow(d)er plant design by BIG, architects is to open to ski-loving adventurers from the city and abroad October 2019.
Danish Architecture Center Exhibition by world-renowned Danish architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group on an architectural journey across time, from Big Bang to Singularity, at BLOX, designed by OMA.
BIG fulfills “Homes for All” mission for non-profit affordable housing association Lejerbo with 6,800 sqm winding wall in Copenhagen’s multicultural northwest area: shortlisted for World Architecture Festival 2019
FORMGIVING – An Architectural Future History from Big Bang to Singularity explores how the world around us has taken shape – and has been given shape – from the past to the present, with 71 BIG projects as glimpses of and gifts to our future.
Danish Architecture Center Exhibition by BIG: join the world-renowned Danish architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group on an architectural journey across time, from Big Bang to Singularity.The BLOX project, designed by OMA, is the new home of the Danish Architecture Center and contains exhibition spaces, offices and co-working spaces, a café, a bookstore, a fitness centre, a restaurant, twenty-two apartments and an underground automated public carpark.
IZUMI Allerød is an interior renovation project for a restaurant locates suburb of Copenhagen. IZUMI is a chain restaurant serves “Nordic twisted” Japanese cuisines that holds several restaurants around greater Copenhagen.
Kengo Kuma & Associates, in team with Cornelius Vöge, Søren Jensen engineers and Niels Sigsgaard, wins architect competition for New Aquatics Centre on Copenhagen’s Waterfront.
Copenhagen housing news – find information on key residential property architects, innovative new home photos – contemporary Danish housing guide
New photos of Radisson SAS Royal Hotel built in 1960 to a design by architect Arne Jacobsen. The building was the first Copenhagen skyscraper. Room 606 features original Jacobsen furniture and fittings. Alberto K restaurant is located on the top floor and also features original Arne Jacobsen furniture.
Located in a classic Copenhagen street a historic neoclassical property on Niels Hemmingsens Gade has been carefully renovated by Årstiderne Arkitekter.
URBAN POWER architecture & planning designed the vision for 3 million sqm land reclamation. The design deals with urgent environmental and commercial challenges of the metropolitan area.
Design: 3XN architects. Kim Herforth Nielsen, architect of the building said, “We visualise the construction as a whirlpool which draws visitors into the depths to the fascinating experiences waiting among fish and sea animals from all over the world.”
Aga Khan Award for Architecture award + new photos of this innovative Copenhagen urban space design by BIG, Topotek1 & SUPERFLEX: a colourful playground, almost 1.5 km long, with masses of street furniture from across the globe.
Designed by COBE The Red Cross Volunteer House is an extension of the national headquarters of Red Cross in Denmark in Copenhagen.
Designed by C.F. Møller Architects The Carlsberg Group’s new central office provides the framework for a modern and dynamic workplace, a building that creates identity, knowledge sharing and innovation.
Most sustainable building project in the world? Last building plot of new urban district Ørestad, UN17 Village Copenhagen has tangible solutions for all of UN’s 17 sustainable development goals.
Tingbjerg Library and Culture House in Copenhagen building design by COBE, Architects, reinterpreting Danish modernism, a new social and cultural destination – urban transformation.