Top Ten Most Read Articles on Architecture Summer 2018 - Part 1

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VUCHF1

Photo: Friis & Moltke

Nice, bright and spacious. Teenagers and adults need just the same as children to learn.

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VUCHF2

Photo: Friis & Moltke

Break time or group work? VUC & HF Nordjylland is designed for all kinds of interaction.

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mejeriet 7

Photo by Lasse Lagoni

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Henne Kirkeby Kro - Tegnestuen Mejeriet

Photo by Lasse Lagoni

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Villa Bellaview E+N

Photo by Jacob Gonge Due

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Villa Bellaview E+N

Photo by Jacob Gonge Due

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AART2

Illustration by AART architects

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IOC Headquarters

Illustration by 3XN

3XN is behind the new IOC Headquarters in Lausanne.

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Salling_Tower

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Inside HOPE

Rendering by Svendborg Architects and Junya Ishigami

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The cloud should bring hope

Rendering by Svendborg Architects and Junya Ishigami

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Climb frb. school

Photo: Henning Larsen Architects

Would you choose the stairs or the climbing wall to get to class?

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Frb. school1

Photo: Hufton&Crow for Henning Larsen Architects

The new Frederiksbjerg school is filled with movements both indoor and outdoor.

Published
17.07.2018

During summertime it´s an obvious choice at DANISH™ to take an inventory over your focus and interests. With this as our starting point we’ve put together a list of the 10 most-read architecture articles of the first part of 2018. Based on the total number of page views, the list comprises articles opened by you guys from 1 January to 30 June 2018, and shows a wide variety of DANISH™ architectural subjects. This is Part 1 – from 10 to 6. Part 2 in two days….

 

10. 2 Cool 4 School – Four Visionary Danish School Designs

Frb. school1

Photo: Hufton&Crow for Henning Larsen Architects

No matter if you’ve been to a public school, private school or even been home-schooled, you know how important the physical surroundings are when trying to crack the elusive code behind algebra. We’ve found four Danish architect-designed schools that successfully meet the students need to study in a motivating learning environment.

 

9. Bricks  – Inside

Villa Bellaview E+N

Photo by Jacob Gonge Due

Brick houses are a common sight in Denmark, but these architects have taken it one step further by making the bricks visible inside the home. Although the two building projects are very different, considerations about fabric and references to a certain building tradition were a common theme when we asked the architects about the extended use of bricks in houses.

 

8. Reflections Rendering Architecture

Bridge between buildings

Visual by AART architects

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. At the same time, they use visuals to shed more light on the facts and thoughts behind their decision-making.

 

7. Architecture Upside Down

Salling Tower

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

Danish architects are known for their simplistic and minimalistic designs but sometimes they like to take a leap of faith and try something different. By changing perspective and playing with form, they can create unique shapes that make their architectural landmarks stand out. We took a closer look at Danish architecture that challenges the status quo.

 

6.     World Calls For a House Peace

The cloud should bring hope

Rendering by Svendborg Architects and Junya Ishigami

Every now and then sparkling ideas about business plans or how to save the world arise at dinner parties. Almost just as often, these ideas don´t seem quite as good or as easy to accomplish the day after. However, when it comes to House of Peace, funded and founded by HOPE, it´s quite another story. Intrigued?