Top 10 most read articles this spring

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10 most beautiful pictures of Danish architecture 12

Photo by OREV and Torben Petersen

2010 vs. 2016 – and still growing strong!

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10 most beautiful pictures of Danish architecture 09

Photo by Hufton + Crow

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IOC headquarters 01

Illustration by 3XN

3Xn - IOC headquarters We do most our renderings in-house, but some are made out-of-house, where we have great collaborations with some companies.

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NOBEL CENTER 01

Illustration by 3XN

3Xn - NOBEL CENTER We try to resemble the weather and match the overall surrounding mood of a building when we do visualisations. It’s funnier to show a rendering in rain or snow, you know.

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AART14

Illustration by AART Architects

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Viking Age Museum 02

Photo by AART architects

The ambition of the new Viking Age Museum is to create a new signature, forward-looking setting for one of the most visited museums in Norway, focusing on the preservation and dissemination of the museum’s unique collection of cultural history. To fulfil this ambition, the extension will deploy a bold circular structure to add a new dimension to the experience of the museum, at the same time harmonising perfectly with Arnstein Arneberg’s historic Viking Ship Building from 1926.

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Lars Vejen collaboration with Japan 02

Photo by Lars Vejen

Lars Vejen and the owner of Kyogawara - one of Lars' collaborators.

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Lars Vejen collaboration with Japan 04

Photo by Lars Vejen

A sneak peak from the workshop where paper lanterns are made.

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Garde Hvalsøe 2

Photo by Garde Hvalsøe

Natural materials blend into a perfect kitchen.

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Garde Hvalsøe 1

Photo by Garde Hvalsøe

Extraordinary kitchen by Garde Hvalsøe

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Lamp of the Year: Patera Designer: Øivind Slaatto Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen

Lamp of the Year: Patera Designer: Øivind Slaatto Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen

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Most Innovative of the Year: OeO Studio

Most Innovative of the Year: OeO Studio

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Diversity and knowledge sharing 1

Photo by Baks Arkitekter

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CHRIS TONNESEN MOEBE

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10 most beautiful pictures of Danish design 10

Photo by by Lassen

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minimalist designs by Laura Bilde 01

Photo by Alexander Höllsberg

The Mirror Box designed by Laura Bilde for WOUD.

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DANISH™: Danish-designed summer houses 03

Photo by Jesper Ray

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DANISH™: Danish-designed summer houses 07

Summer vacation house designed by Carsten Gjørtz, GPP Architects

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New Aarch interior

Visualization: Vargo Nielsen Palle, ADEPT, Rolvung og Brøndsted

The new architect school invites you to be experimental

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New Aarch arriving from Carl Blochs Gade

Visualization: Vargo Nielsen Palle, ADEPT, Rolvung og Brøndsted

Arrival from Carl Blochs Gade

Published
12.07.2017

Summer calls for something vibrant and sparkling! Our contribution is to wrap up those 10 articles that´s been most engaging and gained the most reach this spring. We hope you enjoy it!

 

#1: The 10 most beautiful architectural pictures

10 most beautiful pictures of Danish architecture 12

Photo by OREV and Torben Petersen

We have, with help from a number of Danish architectural firms, compiled a list of the 10 most beautiful pictures of Danish architecture. Get lost in these beautiful pictures, and then read about the visions behind each project.

 

#2: Rendering in architecture

IOC headquarters 02

Illustration by 3XN

Two of Denmark’s finest architectural studios reflect on the idea of visualizations in the architectural process. Architects use renderings during the entire process to be more concise and clear when communicating about the project.

 

#3 : Collaboration enhances design

Lars Vejen collaboration with Japan 02

Photo by Lars Vejen

This year Denmark and Japan are celebrating their 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations. That means a year full of activities, events and design collaborations between the two countries. For Danish architect and designer Lars Vejen, who has a lot of Japanese collaborators, the anniversary is a reminder of the importance of good relations.

#4: What´s cooking i a Danish kitchen?

Garde Hvalsøe 3


Photo by Garde Hvalsøe

The kitchen. Often described as the heart of the home. But what makes a good kitchen? We have looked at the latest trends in Danish kitchen designs to get you up to date on the hottest kitchen fashions right now.

#5: The design award winners of 2016Most Innovative of the Year: OeO Studio

Every year, the Danish magazines BO BEDRE, Bolig Magasinet, Costume Living and Nordic Living hold the famous Design Awards show, where the year’s most beautiful and ground-breaking designs are celebrated. This year’s theme was ‘The New Golden Age’.

#6: The key is diversity

Diversity and knowledge sharing 12

Photo by Baks Arkitekter

At Baks Arkitekter in Risskov, Denmark they don’t bet everything on one card. Instead, they experiment at the intersections between architectural genres. This makes them capable of carrying out anything from small housing projects to being part of the design-team behind big events like the Danish Design Award.

#7: The ten most beautiful design pictures

10 most beautiful pictures of Danish design 06

Photo by Mater

With the theme “Denmark as a leading design nation”, we have, with the help of 10 selected design companies, compiled a list of the 10 most beautiful pictures of Danish designs. Let yourself be inspired by Danish design at its best.

#8: Incorporating sculptural, tactile and functional thoughts in design

minimalist designs by Laura Bilde 02

Photo by Alexander Höllsberg

Concurrently, there must be a tactile story in my designs. The materials ought to tell a story in some way, a story you can’t tell with words. It’s like the poetry of form and shapes,” says Laura Bilde.

#9: Vacation houses that will leave you breathless

DANISH™: Danish-designed summer houses 01

Photo by Jesper Ray

From time to time you come across summer houses so well-designed that experiencing the mere presence of the architecture makes you feel good – sometimes even great. But we’re quite sure the next two examples will leave you breathless.

#10: Ready, set, new Aarch

New Aarch arriving from Carl Blochs Gade

Visualization: Vargo Nielsen Palle, ADEPT, Rolvung og Brøndsted

Today is the first cut of the sod for NEW AARCH, the new school of architecture in Aarhus, Denmark. Just a few days after the announcement, the winning team is meeting up with local students to discuss ideas for the new school.