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Henning Larsen and Topotek 1 Win Competition to Revitalize Denmark's Esbjerg Bypark

13:00 - 19 June, 2019
Henning Larsen and Topotek 1 Win Competition to Revitalize Denmark's Esbjerg Bypark, Courtesy of Henning Larsen
Courtesy of Henning Larsen

Henning Larsen and Topotek 1 have won the open competition to revitalize Esbjerg Bypark, a historic harborside park in western Denmark. The project will be made in collaboration with artist Eva Kock and engineers Ingeniør’ne. The design for the 30,000sqm revitalization aims to create a green cultural framework to reshape the city's urban identity.

Bjarke Ingels Reflects on his Waste-Energy Ski Slope Plant in Copenhagen

09:00 - 19 June, 2019
Bjarke Ingels Reflects on his Waste-Energy Ski Slope Plant in Copenhagen , © Aldo Amoretti
© Aldo Amoretti

Bjarke Ingels has featured in a new documentary about BIG’s Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen. Known for its iconic ski slope, the hybrid plant produces district heating for 60,000 households annually from waste generated in Copenhagen, and electricity for 30,000 houses.

AD Interviews: Kim Nielsen of 3XN

04:30 - 5 June, 2019
AD Interviews: Kim Nielsen of 3XN, @ Adam Mork. The Blue Planet designed using BIM
@ Adam Mork. The Blue Planet designed using BIM

During the World Architecture Festival 2018, which will be held this year again in Amsterdam, we had the chance to sit down with Kim Nielsen, one of the founders of Denmark-based firm 3XN.

BIG's Vortex-Shaped Glasir College Opens in the Faroe Islands

13:00 - 22 April, 2019
BIG's Vortex-Shaped Glasir College Opens in the Faroe Islands, Glasir Tórshavn College. Image © Rasmus Hjortshoj
Glasir Tórshavn College. Image © Rasmus Hjortshoj

Bjarke Ingels Group.'s vortex-shaped education center has opened in the Faroe Islands. The Glasir Tórshavn College combines three schools under one roof in an area of over 19,000 square meters. Made to celebrates the Faroese landscape, the project includes the Faroe Islands Gymnasium, Tórshavn Technical College and the Business College. The design features glass façades that are mounted in a sawtooth shingle to form the building's circular shape.

Third Nature and Lendager Group Design Upcycled High-Rise for Copenhagen

05:00 - 15 April, 2019
Third Nature and Lendager Group Design Upcycled High-Rise for Copenhagen, CPH Common House. Image Courtesy of THIRD NATURE
CPH Common House. Image Courtesy of THIRD NATURE

Danish architecture firms Lendager Group and TREDJE NATUR designed the CPH Common House to be a new residential and commercial building in the Ørestad area of Copenhagen. The high-rise would feature recycled tiles and concrete with brick fractures, paneling constructed from recycled window frames and reclaimed wood flooring. In total, the design team estimates the Common House would make use of 17,577 tons of recycled waste material. The project was designed to be “the world’s first upcycled high rise” for its use of upcycled post-consumer material.

Tallest Tower in Western Europe Wins Approval in Rural Denmark

05:00 - 4 April, 2019
Tallest Tower in Western Europe Wins Approval in Rural Denmark, Bestseller Tower. Image Courtesy of Dorte Mandrup
Bestseller Tower. Image Courtesy of Dorte Mandrup

Danish firm Dorte Mandrup have designed a new skyscraper to become Western Europe’s tallest tower in Brande, Denmark. Rising over 1000 feet, the project is sited in a rural Danish village of 7,000 people. Dubbed Bestseller Tower, the project will be visible from 37 miles away in every direction. The skyscraper will include offices for the Bestseller fashion company, a hotel, and a “village” of green retail pavilions. The company aims to make the skyscraper "climate positive" as part of their sustainability goals.

C.F. Møller Architects and EFFEKT Win Competition for Danish Maritime Academy

09:00 - 25 March, 2019
C.F. Møller Architects and EFFEKT Win Competition for Danish Maritime Academy, via C.F. Møller Architects
via C.F. Møller Architects

C.F. Møller Architects and EFFEKT has won an architectural competition for the design of the new SIMAC (Svendborg International Maritime Academy) in Svendborg, Denmark. Set to be completed in 2022, the open, flexible, modern learning institution seeks to educate the leaders of Denmark’s future innovative maritime industries. In addition to their role as design team for the academy, C.F. Møller Architects and EFFEKT have also prepared a masterplan for a surrounding district including housing, commerce, and urban green space.

IKEA's Research Lab SPACE10 Designs a Solar Village to Rethink Renewable Energy

13:00 - 8 March, 2019
IKEA's Research Lab SPACE10 Designs a Solar Village to Rethink Renewable Energy, SolarVille by SPACE10. Image © Irina Boersma
SolarVille by SPACE10. Image © Irina Boersma

IKEA’s research and design laboratory SPACE10 has unveiled their latest project, SolarVille, to showcase new ways to democratize access to clean, renewable energy. Based in Copenhagen, the team partnered with blockchain experts BLOC, Blocktech, WeMoveIdeas India and architecture practice SachsNottveit. The project explores how combining new technologies with solar power can make clean energy more affordable. The vision centers on cooperative micro-grids where homeowners can become makers and traders of clean energy.

SquareOne Proposes Repurposing a Water Tower as Public Spas/Student Housing

13:00 - 18 February, 2019
SquareOne Proposes Repurposing a Water Tower as Public Spas/Student Housing, Public spa. Image Courtesy of SquareOne
Public spa. Image Courtesy of SquareOne

 

Seven New Landmarks Designed for Copenhagen's Amager Nature Park

07:00 - 15 January, 2019
Seven New Landmarks Designed for Copenhagen's Amager Nature Park, Amager Nature Park. Image Courtesy of ADEPT and Møller & Grønborg
Amager Nature Park. Image Courtesy of ADEPT and Møller & Grønborg

A team of Danish designers and architects have won the competition to design seven new landmarks for Amager Nature Park near Copenhagen City Centre. ADEPT, Møller & Grønborg, SNC-Lavalin Atkins and BARK Rådgivning submitted a proposal for a series of structures featuring wooden roof forms around outdoor activities and experiences. The new landmarks are designed to create a holistic experience of the urban nature reserve and contribute to the park’s future growth.

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