Upside Down

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Bella

Photo by 3XN

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Sky

Photo by 3XN

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Sky

Photo by 3XN

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Salling

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Tower

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Salling Tower

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Salling_Tower

Photo by Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Camp

Photo by EFFEKT

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Adventure

Photo by EFFEKT

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Park

Photo by EFFEKT

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Camp Adventure

Photo by EFFEKT

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Ragnarock

Photo by COBE

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Ragnarok

Photo by COBE

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ragnarock cobe

Photo by COBE

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ragnarock

Photo by COBE

Published
17.01.2018

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.

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The goal of DANISH™ is to promote Danish architecture and design in a broad perspective, and demonstrate all the potentials in these fields.

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