Maersk Tower by C. F. Møller Architects an impressive achievement. The architectural concept is strong and consistent, but not overly so. The spatial layout is varied and with a delicate balance between drama and restrain. A truly Danish quality of architecture. And it features a unique bike fly-over! ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
There are LOADS of ‘must-see and must-do’s out there for visitors/guests/tourists in Copenhagen. It is such a great place to live and to visit, so things to avoid is much more manageable. I have listed 10 DON’Ts in Copenhagen by priority. No. 1: DON’T transport yourself in a car. Ride a bike!
Opened recently, BIG has also entered the field of social housing in an upcoming area in north west part of Copenhagen. Dortheavej 2A is a social housing scheme with small and mid size rental apartments.
‘Dronningegården’ is a great example of Danish functionalist architecture. A residential development that replaced slums in mid century Copenhagen.
In 1829 C. F. Hansen finished Church of Our Lady, cathedral of Copenhagen in neoclassical architecture. Sculptor Thorvaldsen created Christ & his disciples.
The new Tirpitz Bunker Museum by BIG has recently opened. I went out of Copenhagen to see the new member of the BIG family. □□□□
Dorte Mandrup recently finished a visitor centre of the Wadden Sea and shows a profound sensitivity to the unique landscape, materials and light.