Copenhagen Architecture

Architecture & urbanism

Month: February 2017

Urban Rigger student housing by BIG

Urban Rigger by BIG architects

Everyone in Copenhagen has an easy opportunity right now to take a look at one of the new projects by the world’s darling architect no. 1, Bjarke Ingels / BIG architects.

Urban Rigger by BIGThe project consist of six reused shipping containers refurbished to provide housing for students.

The rigger features a central outdoor space and roof terrace – and jumping in the clean water of the Copenhagen Harbour directly from the living space.

It’s located right now at Havnegade in central harbour.

 

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Arken Museum of Modern Art

Arken Museum of Modern Art

Arken Museum of Modern ArtArken (Danish for ‘the Ark’) is arguably the only Danish example of socalled deconstructivist architecture. Surprisingly a young student of architecture, Søren Robert Lund, won the competition of this new museum southwest of Copenhagen in 1988.

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Arne Jacobsens House I | 1929

Arne Jacobsen’s private house

Arne Jacobsens HouseA very early work by the one person who more than anyone else incarnates Danish, modern architecture AND design: Arne Jacobsen.

Born in 1902 he was still a young man when he finished this modern style home for his own family in 1929.

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