Danish architecture

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NotizieNotizie • 15 giu 2021

Mascot International by C.F. Møller Architects adds a distinctive new landmark to the Danish landscape

On a large greenfield site, a new headquarters and logistics centre for Mascot International – one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of workwear – emerges from the terrain as a dynamically tapered shape. This distinctive new landmark is designed by Danish practice C.F. Møller Architects. Martin Schubert The main façade of the building facades the highway connecting the Danish cities Silkeborg and Herning. The glazed exterior allows passers-by to gain a glimpse ond at the very top a roof garden with canteen and panoramic views of the area. Martin Schubert At the entry of the main façade is a terraced garden with water pools. The pools serve the function of collecting rainwater, reflecting th... Altro

NotizieNotizie • 11 mag 2021

Villa E by C.F. Møller Architects references iconic Aarhus University project

Located in the Danish district of northern Aarhus, the concept, materials and level of detail of Villa E are inspired by the iconic Aarhus University, also designed by C.F. Møller Architects. References to the university can be seen in the villa’s basic composition of four simple saddle roof houses, which together form the frame of the family home.  C.F. Møller Architects / Julian Weyer The material expression of the villa is carried by three primary materials: brick, oak and natural stone. Rustic hand-painted bricks in shades of red are used for the façade and roof tiles. Alongside this, natural stone is applied to the stairs and inner core. Oak features both inside and outside. On the exterior, oa... Altro

NotizieNotizie • 13 nov 2020

Braunstein Taphouse is designed for craft beer production….and disassembly

In the Danish city of Koege, the recently completed Taphouse by ADEPT serves as a visitor centre for Braunstein Brewery and a natural local meeting place for the community. Situated on a stretch of municipality-owned harbour land that is concerned part of the city’s climate adoption strategy, the Taphouse is thus considered a temporary use. With this temporary use of the site in mind then, the Taphouse is ‘designed for disassembly’ so that building components can be relocated or recycled in the near future.   Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj Coast Studio The building is based on simple tectonic principles, with mechanical joints only. As such, all primary walls surfaces are without paint or grout. Overall, sustain... Altro

Progetto • By ADEPTParchi/Giardini

Naturepark Amager

The winning proposal for Naturpark Amager activates a unique landscape through clear storytelling and a subtle architecture underlining nature qualities, activities and communities. Seven new visitor points will ensure visual links throughout the park and make the protected landscape more accessible to its visitors. The winning design creates an easily recognizable architecture that establishes a strong identity firmly anchored in the context. Each of the seven visitor points are located in a transformation pivot - from urban condition to nature or from land to water. The transformation from one condition to the other frames the landscape and creates a new experience of nature by breaking down its enormous scale into smaller spaces and stor... Altro

Progetto • By Johannes Torpe StudiosNegozi

RETAIL DESIGN FOR B&O'S NEXUS FLAGSHIP STORE

A building uniquely created around the new Bang & Olufsen store design, Nexus was named after the Latin word for “unity”. It is the first Bang & Olufsen store to utilise the holistic nature of the company's new retail concept; integrating architectural design, store design and products under one roof.VISIONA truly unique opportunity arose when a new Bang & Olufsen store was to be built in the town square of Herning, Denmark. The vision was to create a holistically integrated building that gives the city a new landmark and fulfils Bang & Olufsen’s desire to provide its customers with extraordinary experiences.We designed the architectural façade of the building and fitted the interior with the retail store design that we crea... Altro

Progetto • By Dorte MandrupCittà

The Salling Tower

The new viewing tower and landmark on the harbour of Aarhus Ø, The Salling Tower, is shaped as a dramatic urban sculpture with a significant architectural expression. The white body of steel is a luminous and distinctive focal point and meeting place. Visitors will be led on a course full of experiences that star t at the quayside and go to the upper platform 7.5 meters above quay- level. The route through the tower leads under an inclined sur face and up to the first viewing plateau that hovers above the water. From here, the visitor is led upwards by a broad staircase which serves a lookout to panoramic views of the harbour and bay. Finally, the covered upper plateau provides a 360 degree overlook of the city and the harbour. The v... Altro