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Location: Denmark

January 16, 2017 /

Islev Church
Inger and Johannes Exner
Copenhagen, Denmark

The monumental brick form of Islev church, designed in the 1960s by Inger and Johannes Exner, is a seminal work of Danish modernism. The church is defined by its relentless use of rough red brick that frames church rituals, provides material continuity and creates a strong formal expression.

December 11, 2016 /

Frederiksbjerg School
Henning Larsen Architects
Aarhus, Denmark

As the latest addition to a long row of educational buildings by Copenhagen office, Henning Larsen Architects, in a collaboration with GPP Arkitekter, the proposal for Frederiksbjerg School has succeeded in responding to the recent demands on the development of Danish learning facilities. In doing so, it strives to set the bar for future educational buildings domestically.

October 26, 2016 /

Park'n'Play
jaja architects
Copenhagen, Denmark

Parking House Lüders in Nordhavn, Copenhagen could be one of the answers to the inevitable question on how to rethink the future of the dense city in relation to urban spaces. This multifunctional building designed by the Copenhagen based architectural studio, jaja architects, challenges the conventional monofunctional parking house. With its characteristic recreational urban space on the roof it strives to be an exciting asset to the new neighborhood.

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