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SOM's "Alternative Christmas Tree" Rises at Utzon Center in Denmark

16:00 - 8 December, 2016
SOM's "Alternative Christmas Tree" Rises at Utzon Center in Denmark, © 2016 Allan Toft
© 2016 Allan Toft

An “alternative Christmas tree” designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) has been erected in the courtyard of the Utzon Center, coinciding with SOM’s current exhibition, ‘Sky’s the Limit’. Located on the waterfront in Aalborg, Denmark, the Utzon Center was the last project to be designed by the center’s namesake, renowned Danish architect Jørn Utzon.

Bêka and Lemoine's Documentary Film on BIG's "8 House" To Be Screened Exclusively on ArchDaily

18:00 - 28 November, 2016
Bêka and Lemoine's Documentary Film on BIG's "8 House" To Be Screened Exclusively on ArchDaily, © Bêka & Partners
© Bêka & Partners

Filmmakers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine, creators of the Living Architectures seminal collection of films on architecture, will screen The Infinite Happinessshot entirely in Copenhagen's "8 House" designed by BIGexclusively on ArchDaily from Friday, December 2 until Sunday, December 4.

How Denmark's $1.2 Billion Cutback Forces Architecture Schools to Rethink Their Priorities

10:30 - 24 November, 2016
How Denmark's $1.2 Billion Cutback Forces Architecture Schools to Rethink Their Priorities

18 June 2015: Denmark has a new right wing government. A couple of months later, despite student protests in front of city hall, the new government declares a decision to cut 8.7 billion Danish kroner (over $1.2 billion US) from education in Denmark, effectively cutting nearly 30 million kroner (around $4 million US) from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK).

Winners Announced in Competition to Design Copenhagen’s First New Church in 30 Years

12:00 - 8 November, 2016
Winners Announced in Competition to Design Copenhagen’s First New Church in 30 Years, Courtesy of JAJA Architects
Courtesy of JAJA Architects

JAJA Architects has been announced as the winners of an open international competition to design a new parish church in the Sydhavnen (South Harbor) district of Copenhagen. When completed, it will be the first new church built in Copenhagen since 1989.

Video: Jan Gehl on Modernism and the Social Sciences

08:00 - 6 November, 2016
Video: Jan Gehl on Modernism and the Social Sciences, The Danish Pavilion in Venice (2016)
The Danish Pavilion in Venice (2016)

The Danish Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, curated by Boris Brorman Jensen and Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss, is dense with models – "a wunderkammer of architectural prototypes." The exhibition, which attempts to present new insights into how contemporary Danish architecture has been influenced by critics of Modernism (the "Modern approach"), features Jan Gehl—a famed Danish architect and urbanist renowned for his focus on improving the quality of urban life—as its standard bearer. In this exclusive film, shared by the curators, Gehl puts forward his position.

Danish Firms Unveil New University of Bergen Energy and Technology Building

06:00 - 26 October, 2016
Danish Firms Unveil New University of Bergen Energy and Technology Building, Courtesy of Arkitema Architects & Arkitektgruppen Cubus
Courtesy of Arkitema Architects & Arkitektgruppen Cubus

Danish firm Arkitema Architects, in collaboration with Arkitektgruppen Cubus, has won the competition to design a new Life Science building—called EnTek—at the University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. As an Energy and Technology building, the project is designed to ensure collaboration between UiB’s faculty and the energy and technology industry. 

White Arkitekter A/S Designs Sea-Based WWII Memorial with Moving "Tides"

12:00 - 22 October, 2016
White Arkitekter A/S Designs Sea-Based WWII Memorial with Moving "Tides", Courtesy of White Arkitekter A/S
Courtesy of White Arkitekter A/S

White Arkitekter A/S has revealed its plans for Arven fra Havet, or Legacy of the Sea, a World War II memorial to be built at the Mindelunden site in Ryvangen, Denmark. Arven fa Havet will honor the 2,000 Danish sailors and more than 800 Danes who died in merchant ships serving the Allies, and in Operation Overlord, respectively. 

Kazuyo Sejima Explains the Influence of Light and the Color White in SANAA's Work

06:00 - 28 September, 2016
Kazuyo Sejima Explains the Influence of Light and the Color White in SANAA's Work

Thanks to the invitation we received from the team at The Architecture Project, we had the opportunity to travel to the city of Aarhus, Denmark, and meet with Kazuyo Sejima during the Aarhus School of Architecture conference in August 2016.

How Bjarke Ingels Is Making a Power Plant One of Denmark's Most Exciting Public Spaces

08:00 - 27 September, 2016
How Bjarke Ingels Is Making a Power Plant One of Denmark's Most Exciting Public Spaces

During the IV International Congress in Pamplona, organized by the Architecture and Society Foundation, we had the opportunity to speak with Bjarke Ingels about his approach to theme "Architecture: Climate Change." The founder of BIG told us about the importance of clean technology and how these technologies must be integrated into architecture. He asserts that new industrial projects must also break from traditional paradigms and question established concepts in order to be reintegrated into communities as clean, attractive and multi-use spaces. Ingels suggests that clean technologies holds exciting possibilities for public spaces.

Studio LOKAL Wins Copenhagen Residential Competition With Hanging Gardens Tower

06:00 - 16 September, 2016
Studio LOKAL Wins Copenhagen Residential Competition With Hanging Gardens Tower, © archivisuals.dk
© archivisuals.dk

Denmark-based Studio LOKAL has won the competition for the design of a residential tower in Copenhagen, with The Hanging Gardens, its proposal for a merger of the historic brick buildings of Carlsberg with the concept of a personal garden for each resident. 

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