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.
This Lille Langebro bridge is the latest in a series of bike bridges to connect the central city for 1000s of cycling commuters and pedestrians every day.
Havneholmen are exclusive apartments on the waterfront of Copenhagen. Designed by local, renowned architects, Lundgaard & Tranberg, completed in 2008.
The Brygge Bridge was the first bike and pedestrian bridge to open in Copenhagen. It connects old and new residential neighbourhoods, shopping and office areas.
The Black Diamond, designed by SHL and completed in 1999, kickstarted the substantial transformation of the harbourfront.
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.