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The Concert Hall Aarhus / C.F. Møller Architects

10:00 - 12 July, 2019
The Concert Hall Aarhus / C.F. Møller Architects, © Adam Mørk
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The Munkegaard School / Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter

10:00 - 21 June, 2019
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HU University of Applied Sciences / SHL

10:00 - 23 May, 2019
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The Royal Danish Opera / Henning Larsen

00:00 - 19 April, 2019
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How to Implement Passive Solar Design in Your Architecture Projects

04:00 - 10 April, 2019
How to Implement Passive Solar Design in Your Architecture Projects, Conservatory. Image © Onnis Luque
Conservatory. Image © Onnis Luque

Although the sun is almost 150 million kilometers away, this star has had the most impact on our planet. But while some are busy chasing the sun for sun-kissed skin, architects are all about creating sun-kissed spaces.

In definition, “passive solar energy is the collection and distribution of energy obtained by the sun using natural means”. The simple concept and process of implementing passive solar energy systems have provided buildings with heat, lighting, mechanical power, and electricity in the most environmentally-conscious way possible.

In this article, we will provide you with a complete guide of implementing passive solar systems in your designs.

Triple-Glass Facade. Image © Adrien Buchet Passive Office Building in Belgium . Image Courtesy of Neutelings Riedijk Architects Maison + Agence. Image © Philippe Ruault Sun Rain Room. Image © Edmund Sumner + 27

How To Promote Lifelong Learning, Productivity, And Meaningfulness In Architecture

12:01 - 31 March, 2019
How To Promote Lifelong Learning, Productivity, And Meaningfulness In Architecture, HF & VUC Fyn Complex / CEBRA. Image © Mikkel Frost
HF & VUC Fyn Complex / CEBRA. Image © Mikkel Frost

With the aim of generating an architecture that incubates the wellbeing, self-realization, and fulfillment of its inhabitants to become the best version of themselves, CEBRA has launched an ambitious Research and Development Program (R&D) called WISE (Work, Innovation, Space and Education).

As explained by its creators, the purpose of WISE is "to bridge the ongoing and rapid change in the sectors of workspace and education to inform the design of buildings that stimulate learning and innovation. We are connecting ideas of the foremost thinkers of education and entrepreneurship, research and studies in sensory stimuli, cognitive psychology, and behaviorism with architecture."

We spoke with Carsten Primdahl, founding partner of CEBRA, and Klaudio Muca, R&D Architect at CEBRA, to better understand the approach and expected results of the program.

Studio Malmö / SHL

01:00 - 21 March, 2019
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How to Design for Visual Comfort Using Natural Light

04:00 - 20 March, 2019
Corner 60’s / Soar Design Studio. Image © Hey!Cheese
Corner 60’s / Soar Design Studio. Image © Hey!Cheese

Architects are increasingly aware of our influence on the well-being and good health of the users of our projects. Natural lighting –and how it should be complemented with artificial lighting– is an essential factor to consider for the visual comfort of interior spaces. But, do we know how to handle it correctly?

Maison Kochi / Meister Varma Architects. Image © Praveen Mohandas The Heart in Ikast / C.F. Møller Architects. Image © Adam Mørk Scheune Minden / Architekten Stein Hemmes Wirtz. Image © Linda Blatzek Photography ‘Hope’ Lavan’s Studio Apartment / MMGS ARCHITECTS. Image © Ramitha Watareka + 14

The Royal Library / SHL

03:00 - 19 March, 2019
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Sun-Filled Spaces Created By Skylights In 20 Architectural Projects

07:00 - 6 March, 2019
Sun-Filled Spaces Created By Skylights In 20 Architectural Projects, © Adam Mork
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Perhaps the most renowned 'skylight' ever built is the Pantheon of Rome commissioned by Marco Vipsanius Agrippa during the reign of Emperor Augustus (27 BC-14 AD) and rebuilt by Hadrian (117-118) around 126 AD. At the highest point of its dome (in this case, the oculus) the sunlight shines, casting its beams over the various statues of planetary deities that occupy the niches on the walls. The light that enters the space symbolizes a cosmic, sacred dimension. In projects around the world, natural light continues to fulfill this scenic role, especially in religious projects.

It is characterized as zenithal illumination as that which comes from above, from the sky (zenith). Very useful for large spaces that can not be adequately lit by windows, skylights are a widely used device for providing a pleasant, diffuse light. Generally, care is taken to prevent direct entry of sunlight; the openings must be well designed so that they do not overheat the space of allow water infiltration. Below is a collection of projects that make good use of this technique.

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The European School Copenhagen / NORD Architects + Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects

08:00 - 10 January, 2019
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Copper Projects: Architecture’s Original Bling

05:00 - 10 January, 2019
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Since its discovery in 8700 B.C., copper has been one of the most used metals in the history of humankind. It has a variety of uses from coins and weapons to statues and even architecture. One of its first architectural uses was in Ancient Egypt for the massive doors of the temple to Amen-Re at Karnak in 300 B.C.

The versatility of the material continues in architecture to this day, allowing for a variety of unique designs and uses. The innovative, efficient, and lightweight material is versatile in its use, ranging from facades to roofs, interior applications, and high tech solutions. Sustainable in its natural form, the material is 100% recycled. As the state of architecture becomes more focused on sustainability, copper becomes the ideal material for the buildings of today.

Below, we’ve selected 7 projects that use architecture's original bling.

Life Science Bioengineering B202 / Christensen & Co. Architects + Rørbæk og møller Arkitekter

04:00 - 31 December, 2018
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Tūranga / Schimdt Hammer Lassen Architects + Architectus

19:00 - 21 October, 2018
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Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Architectus Design Earthquake-Resistant Library in Christchurch

15:30 - 16 October, 2018
Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Architectus Design Earthquake-Resistant Library in Christchurch, Tūranga Library, Christchurch. Image © Adam Mørk
Tūranga Library, Christchurch. Image © Adam Mørk

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects and Architectus have announced the opening of Tūranga, the new central library for Christchurch, New Zealand. Built to address the earthquakes that damaged Christchurch in 2010 and 2011, the library is one of the first public buildings to open downtown after the disasters. Working with Architectus and the indigenous Māori people of New Zealand’s South Island, the design was made to celebrate rebirth in Christchurch.

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School Architecture: 70 Examples in Plan and Section

12:00 - 14 October, 2018
School Architecture: 70 Examples in Plan and Section

For architects, schools are often complex structures to design. They must provide a variety of spaces for education, and also consider sports and recreational activities. But beyond its size or surface, the greatest challenge is to design an area that fosters a positive pedagogical environment for children. Below, a selection of 70 school projects with their drawings to inspire your proposals for learning campuses.

The Heart in Ikast / C.F. Møller Architects

08:03 - 5 October, 2018
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