Help us with our Architecture City Guide: Copenhagen

Help us with our Architecture City Guide: Copenhagen
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We have heard your cries, and we are finally taking our Architecture City Guide international. We like the new bottom-up approach, and we will be sticking with that for format as we branch out. So we need your help. To make the City Guides more engaging we are asking for your input on which designs should comprise our weekly list of 12. In order for this to work we will need you, our readers, to suggest a few of your favorite modern/contemporary buildings for the upcoming city guide in the comment section below. Along with your suggestions we ask that you provide a link to an image you took of the building that we can use, the address of the building, and the architect. (The image must be from a site that has a Creative Common License cache like Flickr or Wikimedia. We cannot use images that are copyrighted unless they are yours and you give us permission.) From that we will select the top 12 most recommended buildings. Hopefully this method will help bring to our attention smaller well done projects that only locals truly know. With that in mind we do not showcase private single-family residences for obvious reasons. Additionally, we try to only show completed projects.

This week we are headed to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Example: The Black Diamond (Royal Danish Library)/ Schmidt Hammer Lassen Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, 1219 Copenhagen, Denmark

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Cite: Christopher Henry. "Help us with our Architecture City Guide: Copenhagen" 23 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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