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Lübeck Housing First Prize Winning Proposal / Dissing+Weitling + WE Architecture + Topos

Designed by Dissing & Weitling, WE Architecture and TOPOS landscape architects, the starting point of their design process was the contrast between the buildings along the avenue and the outlying ones. The new 20,000 m2 housing typologies range from the linear residential development on the Ratzeburg Avenue through town house villas with communities to row houses. More images and architects’ description after the break.

AD Interviews: WE Architecture

WE Architecture is a young firm based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Started by partners Marc Jay and Julie Schmidt-Nielsen in 2009, the practice is focused on public competitions and consultancy, along with teaching at the Royal Danish Academy. The partners studied in Denmark, but shaped their professional career working abroad in New York and Barcelona.

Skyscape Church / We Architecture

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Courtesy of We Architecture

Burnt down in 2009, the beautiful Vaaler church from 1805 has been designed as a new church by WE Architecture. Meant to provide symbolic landmark to succeed the old building, the new Vaaler church is placed further east from the placement of the old church, marking the historic axis with its tower. The new building is designed as a simple box where one corner is lifted up in order to point out the church room and the tower. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Oasis Cancer Care Center / WE Architecture

Located in close proximity to the regional Hospital in Næstved, Denmark, the new Oasis Cancer Care Center, designed by WE Architecture, will help anyone affected by cancer through professional help in exceptional buildings specifically designed for this. In order to create a building inspired by the model of healing architecture, the Cancer Care Center was designed as an introvert building, opening up towards two inner courtyards. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Farum Proposal / WE Architecture

Farum, the proposal by WE Architecture for “The Suburbs of the Future” competition initiated by Realdania, envisions a plan that is meant to preserve and enhance the character of Farum as a future suburb, combining the best of suburbia and the best of urbanity. Today, Farum is a fragmented suburb located 20 km from the center of Copenhagen. The competition area is divided by large roads into islands of eclectic architecture composed of buildings mainly from the 70s and the 80s. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Urban Plan Rødovre Syd / WE architecture

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Courtesy of WE architecture

Copenhagen-based WE architecture shared with us their proposal for the urban plan of Rødovre Syd in Denmark. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Light Box / WE architecture

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Courtesy of WE architecture

Copenhagen-based We architecture recieved third prize in the competition for the extension of an existing high school in Falkonergården. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Polski Theatre / WE architecture

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Courtesy of WE architecture

Copenhagen-based We architecture shared with us their project Polski Theatre, for the city of Szczecin in Poland. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Kulturcenter Mariehøj / WE Architecture + Sophus Søbye Architects

WE Architecture + Sophus Søbye Architects
WE Architecture + Sophus Søbye Architects

WE ARCHITECTURE and Sophus Søbye Architects, both young Danish firms, have been awarded first prize for their competition entry for a cultural center in Denmark’s Rudersdahl municipality. “The future Mariehøj cultural center draws a clear profile in the landscape. With a new foyer, the culture center will get a new face that invites in all people in Ruderdahl’s municipality and also a heart that can bring together and highlight the many users and activities in the house,” explained the architects. More images and more about the proposal after the break.