The Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) 2018 theme is Housing Homes, investigating how and where architecture makes a difference. From May 3-16 events will take place in Copenhagen, as well as in Aarhus, Aalborg and Odense.
Posted on March 23rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
When the BLOX building opens to the public May 6 on Copenhagen's harbor front, it will show itself as much more than a building. Multiple functions and new bridges will redefine how citizens approach the waterfront.
Posted on March 16th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Johannes Torpe Studios have designed a place for harmony. The Red Mountain Resort is a proposal for a hotel, spa and lagoon retreat that offers guests an escape into the solitude and seclusion of the breath-taking Icelandic nature.
Posted on February 27th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
The Norwegian Scenic Route project has a new addition with Haugen/Zohar Architects creation and redesign of the so called Ureddplassen at Helgelandskysten, a beautiful place to admire Aurora Borealis and the midnight sun.
Posted on February 21st, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Snøhetta unveils the kitchen expansion and courtyard renovation of three Michelin-star restaurant 'The French Laundry' in collaboration with chef Thomas Keller and Envelope A+D.
Norm Architects have restored a house in Copenhagen that has been the former home of the iconic Poul Henningsen. With a clean and minimal approach, classic elements have been restored and combined with contemporary details.
Posted on February 2nd, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
In spectacular mountain surroundings in Norway the Oslo based Rever & Drage Architects have created a cabin with an appearance of a traditional cluster farm by the use of high quality craftmanship and local timber throughout.
Posted on January 24th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Plastic House II designed by Unit Architecture is situated west of Gothenburg, on the Swedish coast with a great ocean view. The architects strove to keep the design simple, and at the same time retain a luxurious feeling.
Posted on January 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
The renowned Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates led by Yuki Ikeguchi have recently won the competition to design an impressive 5000 square meter waterfront cultural centre at Copenhagen´s Paper Island.