This spring, the exhibition Irreplaceable Landscapes will transform part of the Danish Architecture Center (DAC), Copenhagen into a dreamy landscape to explore work by the architect Dorte Mandrup who is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her firm this year.
Christensen & Co. Architects and Rørbæk og Møller Architects designed the new Life Science Bioengineering B202 Building at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). The key element in the project is a big foyer three floors high, the Biosphere, bringing together researchers from three different Danish national institutes.
C.F. Møller Architects’ Copenhagen International School Nordhavn is the school of the future. Photovoltaic panels on the roof supply more than half of the school’s electricity. The project has won numerous awards, most recently the 2018 AZ Award in the Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 SqM category.
The winners of the 2018 MIPIM Awards were announced on March 15. Italy did very well, with three winners: the FICO complex in Bologna and the Fondazione Feltrinelli & Microsoft House and Porta Nuova area in Milan.
C.F. Møller Architects design the Maersk Tower, an extension of the Panum Building at Copenhagen University. The Maersk Tower contrasts with the Panum building, constructed in the ’70s, expressing the search for openness in the city’s new buildings.
Dorte Mandrup transformed Wadden Sea Centre in Ribe, an information centre about life in the Wadden Sea and the life cycle of migratory birds. Dorte Mandrup’s new Wadden Sea Centre pays homage to regional materials and traditional craftsmanship.
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