Team C.F. Møller wins ambitious urban development project Randers – Our River City. A green, healthy and diverse city where climate solutions open city life towards the tranquillity of nature.
Casa Ry designed by the Danish architecture studio Christoffersen & Weiling Architects wins prestigious German architecture award Iconic Award in the category Innovative Architecture.
Following an eleven-year construction period interrupted by the global financial crisis: The Wave in Vejle, Denmark Building by Henning Larsen, Danish apartments completion.
The Idyllic Danish Holiday Retreat located in Boeslum Strand, is a charming holiday cottage which has been carefully designed by local architect, Elin Donskov.
New ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles unveiled in the Danish city of Fredericia. The stations are designed by COBE and offer to recharge the batteries of both vehicles and drivers in Denmark.
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C.F. Møller and EFFEKT win architectural competition for the new Svendborg International Maritime Academy (SIMAC). The new SIMAC building will be the maritime educational institution of the future.
Designed by MVRDV and COBE the opening of Roskilde Festival Folk High School adds a new chapter to the history of Danish education as the first new-build general folk high school in Denmark for 50 years.
Independent, searching, sensitive, free. In the autumn’s big show No Nordic x RRA, the Norwegian architect Reiulf Ramstad shines in the light as a creative person in his own right: Reiulf Ramstad Architects Exhibition at Utzon Center, Aalborg, Denmark.
Besøgscenter Hammershus Visitor Centre building in Bornholm, Denmark, design by Arkitema, celebrates the largest castle ruin in Northern Europe, on this small Danish island in the Baltic Sea, an important ancient monument.
Danish practice 3XN is the architect behind a new experimental conference center and hotel where everything is adapted to the circulation of nature and where guests will get an idea of how it feels to live in a world without waste
3XN has won the competition to build Denmark’s new international climate center, the Climatorium, in the Danish city of Lemvig. The Climatorium aims to attract both local residents and tourists as a place to view exhibitions and learn about climate change issues.
With a completely re-conceptualized conversion and extension, the Wadden Sea Centre – gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Ribe on the west coast of Denmark – by architects Dorte Mandrup, shortlisted at WAF 2018.
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.
Being satisfied tenants in The Iceberg, an award-winning housing project in Aarhus, DK, the owners of the summer house addressed CEBRA. They wanted to know if CEBRA designed small-scale houses with the same high level of architectural ambition. This kicked off Treldehuset.
The shape of this summer house was conceived by Martin Kallesø Arkitekter and a flock of migrating black birds. Four of these birds landed on the plot; each of them found their own spot on the ground.
The climate adaption project in Vorup near Randers, designed by C.F. Møller Architects, resolves the city’s current and future climate challenges by converting the adjacent nature area, Storkeengen (Stork Meadow), into a public nature park.