Posted on December 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Inspired by the mid-century modern California style the well preserved house in Vedbæk just outside of Copenhagen is an outstanding example of Danish architecture at it´s peak around the beginning of the sixties.
Posted on November 5th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
At the rugged coastal landscape on the west coast of Norway the Norwegian Trekking Association has commissioned Holon Architecture to design self-service cabins, adapted to the terrain and weather conditions with a minimum of foot print.
Posted on October 20th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
On a farm in the north of Jylland in Denmark a dilapidated farm house is replaced with a modern take on a traditionally way of building structure, adapting the surroundings with a focus on sensing the seasons and overlooking the fields.
Deep into the counryside in Skåne, the fascinating flat landscape in the south of Sweden, architect Tine Henriette Kristiansen has her quite retreat, just an hour drive from her Copenhagen city apartment.
Posted on September 18th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
The Twist at Kistefos in Jevnaker north of Oslo is officially opened. Created by BIG, it is an exciting piece of design by an office that worldwide has marked itself with a unique touch on architecture.
With the completed new pedestrian and cycle bridge Lille Langebro in Copenhagen by the architecture practice WilkinsonEyre the city harbor next to the Blox building has been revitalized and connected to the Christianshavn area.
Posted on July 10th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Close to Gothenburg in Sweden, the Bornstein Lyckefors Architects have designed a simple 260 m2 saddle roof house with facades and roof in one material and color creating a neutral background to a diverse surrounding.
The renowned Danish David Thulstrup Studio has completed an exciting transformation of a heritage pumping station dating back from 1902 in Copenhagen into Chimney House, the third outpost of Vipp Hotel.
Posted on March 20th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Located at Lindesnes, the southernmost point of the Norwegian coastline, Europe´s first underwater restaurant opens March 20. The Snøhetta-designed restaurant will also function as a research center for marine life.