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.
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.
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.