Published
11.11.2014
CEBRA is a Danish architecture and design practice, founded in 2001 by architects Mikkel Frost, Carsten Primdahl and Kolja Nielsen. The office employs a multidisciplinary international staff of 35 architects, constructing architects, administrative personnel and interns.

CEBRA has clients throughout Denmark and at the same time the office has a growing international portfolio, counting projects in Scandinavia, Middle East, Central America and Russia. CEBRA covers all architectural disciplines and is providing services throughout all project phases – from client advisory over idea and concept development to project and construction management as well as technical supervision.

CEBRA primarily works with projects within the fields of education, housing, sports and leisure with an underlying sustainable scope. Our working process is based on dialogue and we consider our work to be interdisciplinary, collaborative and content driven.

That is why CEBRA’s ideology is very spacious – it mutates and adapts according to circumstances, yet always remains relevant and modern. Despite the ideological diversity, there is a signature in CEBRA’s architecture – a certain way of doing things in terms of design and architectural spaces, an aesthetic preference that unites the variety of our projects.

CEBRA’s architecture is often called people friendly, we like that – we call it Healthy Eye Candy because we consider our work to be the alchemy of human empathy and architectural expression.

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Photo by Mikkel Frost

Skate City in Haderslev, Denmark.

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Photo by Mikkel Frost

Skate City in Haderslev, Denmark.

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HF & VUC Fyn in Odense, Denmark.

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Isbjerget in Aarhus, Denmark.

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Grundfos Kollegiet Dormitory in Aarhus, Denmark.

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RebildPorten in Rebild, Denmark.

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UDK in Holstebro, Denmark.