The sun peeks through the opalescent panels, creating a foresty feel inside "Prismen". Photo by Torben Eskerod
A large, sculptural staircase creates a natural movement through the various levels of Karlskrona Culture House and Library. All the way from the ground floor exhibition space to the rooftop viewing platform. Read more at link in bio. Renderings by @mir.no
Thatch in the front - wood in the back. At the Wadden Sea Centre robinia wood and thatched reeds meet in the corners. Robinia doesn't need any maintenance and over time it will patinate to a silver grey, only getting better with age. The facade was captured by @rebel_cph
Layers of history have made the UNESCO protected Stevns Klint an important place to understand the past. Our proposal for the new visitor centre is shaped as a ring creating a 360 degree view - all the way from the depths of history to the deep, blue sea. Rendering by @mir.no
Site visit 300 km north of the Arctic Circle, because we're one out of four studies competing for the new museum 'The Whale'. It's going to be placed at the spectacular Andøya, one of the best places in the world to spot whales and see the summer sun shining at midnight.
Like a human size rabbit burrow the large interior space in Nationalpark Center Thy opens underneath the dune in Vorupør by the famous Danish West Coast. An in situ cast of the sand dune shapes the exhibition space, where sunlight, surfers and salty sea breezes enter through large, round pits. Read more about our proposal at dortemandrup.dk/work
Simple, smart and sustainable. IKEA's office, HUBHULT, is based on the idea that everything we do counts. The construction materials were selected for their environmental impact over the lifecycle of the building, foodwaste is converted into biogas and just like the flowers in front, HUBHULT is powered by renewable energy resources. Photo by @adammork
One door, one window, one skylight, one bed, one shelf, one table. What else do you need? Our wooden unit, Read-Nest, is a small prefabricated box with an interior of waxed birch-plywood and a lot of good summer vibes.
Last night Foreningen for @boghaandvaerk chose our book CONDITIONS as this year's Best Book Work in the Art & Non-Fiction category. Since we're more experienced in creating buildings than books, we're proud to be acknowledged among the true connoisseurs. CONDITIONS was created for our exhibition at the @labiennale in Venice in close collaboration with @urgent.agency and printed by @narayanapress If you're curious to see our giant, silver vacuum-packed publication, you can bike by @det_kongelige_bibliotek or buy your own copy at @arkitektens_butik
Read-nest: our one-size-fits-all asylum. Measuring barely 10 m2, Read-Nest is a structure designed to sit in the landscape like an architectural folly. The facades are clad with vertical oiled tuja lists and the interior is based on the idea that less is definitely more.
Very excited to be one of three studios competing for the master planning of @thelabreatarpits and museum in Los Angeles. There's a first time for everything - and we sure haven't designed for black holes full of history and mammoths before. Everything from tiny teeth to dire wolves have been pulled out of the black asphalt pools that formed 38,000 years ago and still function as an active research site.
Breaking ground in Greenland this weekend, where the construction of the Icefjord Centre has now taken off 250 km north of the Arctic Circle. Rendering by @mir.no The parties behind the project are Avannaata Kommunia, the Government of Greenland Naalakkersuisut and @realdaniadk
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