The Guldhøj Stool is a slightly redesigned version of a Bronze Age folding stool, that dates around 1400 B.C. It was redesigned in 1960 by Poul Hundevad.
Copenhill has opened the exterior of the waster to power facility as a ski slope and a truly awesome public space! Get up there (after you’ve read this)!
Finally, after years of waiting, the first prototype of the ‘Urban Rigger’ student residence has company, with no less than 5 new units.
It was almost just too obvious to pick Bjarke Ingels to design the LEGO House in Billund. And likewise, he just had to design it like an upscaled LEGO set.
The Grundtvig’s Church is an architectural tour de force by Danish architect, Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint. My comments, photos and a bit of video.
The Bagsværd Church is one of not too many buildings that Danish Jørn Utzon has realised in his home country.
The Bagsværd Church is famous in its own right, featuring a spectacular, vaulted concrete ceiling. My short comment and photos and videos.
The Thorvaldsen Museum is one building in Copenhagen that is strikingly unique for its architecture and decorations. After my last visit, I had to make this post about the building, although it’s not typical for Danish architecture. At all!
It’s not typical of anything, really…