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.
Dorte Mandrup has built a social and cultural centre which serves a variety of functions, from study to theatre, from one-on-one basketball court to climbing gym and skateboard rink, all concentrated in a pocket-sized building
The volume in the Nordic Architects series of publications that Arvinius+Orfeus is dedicating to Nordic architecture uses examples of Scandinavian architects to explore one of the key aspects of contemporary architecture - the global impact of urbanisation.
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.
The Icefiord Centre designed by the Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter studio in Ilulissat, will be architecture at the service of the landscape, man’s last constructed outpost to observe the ancient Sermeq Kujalleq glacier.
The work of 37 studios shortlisted for the IN practice research project will be on display in Naples until March 8: a joint project by the Italian Architecture and Criticism Association AIAC and A10 new European architecture, supported and promoted by Gnosis Architettura.
The sculptural architecture of the recently inaugurated Wadden Sea Centre in Esbjerg, designed by architect Dorte Mandrup, is the gateway to the Danish part of the Wadden Sea, a section of coastline in northwest Europe which was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009 for its natural value.
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