Tingbjerg Library and Community Centre in the Tingbjerg neighbourhood outside Copenhagen, designed by COBE Architects and opened in 2018.
The Bellahøj houses were the first ‘skyscrapers’ in Denmark, built 1951 – 1956 in Bellahøj, outside of Copenhagen.
The dream of the working class!
Venligbolig Plus (‘Friendly Housing Plus’) is a housing concept that mixes students with refugees in a social community.
At Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek three architects come together across time to offer a small architecture tour of its own.
The ‘Champagne House’ demonstrates that functionalist architecture can be playful. Perhaps even tipsy!
BLOX by Dutch OMA is a ‘city in the city’, mixing diverse functions. It is undetermined and ‘unnatural’ – and to my surprise that’s what I like about it…
The Danish Jewish Museum hides well behind a solid steel door in one side of the old Royal Library. As a precious jewel in a treasure shrine.