The Danish Architecture Centre is Denmark's leading exhibition venue for new architecture. At our changing exhibitions you can experience world class architecture created by Danish and international architects.
Dreyer's Architecture Gallery >
THIS EXHIBITION OFFERED A UNIQUE PEEK INTO THE DAY-TO-DAY REALITY OF THREE YOUNG ACHITECTURAL FIRMS.
Our Urban Living Room >
On 14 October 2016 the Danish Architecture Centre will open an exhibition about the Danish architectural practice, COBE. In just ten years, COBE have managed to establish themselves as a leading practice with a great understanding of the function of architecture as a social engine. On the basis of this philosophy, they have made a wide-ranging popular breakthrough with projects such as the new Nørreport Station, Israels Plads and the development of Nordhavn.
The Danish Contribution to the 15th International Architecture Biennale in Venice In 2016 >
The Danish contribution to the Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy in 2016 was a snapshot of a new humanism in Danish architecture. With a wunderkammerof architectural prototypes, the two curators behind the exhibition seeked to highlight the humanistic focus of Danish architecture in 2016.
Exhibition: LET'S PLAY >
How can we use urban space as a place for sport and movement? LET'S PLAY - the big summer exhibition and event at The Danish Architecture Centre spotlights this very question, and we invite anyone who feels inclined to try their hand at new forms of movement in our temporary, outdoor arena.
PHOTO EXHIBITION: 52 WEEKS, 52 CITIES - by Iwan Baan >
During the spring and over the summer DAC was presenting a solo exhibition of photographs by Iwaan Baan: 52 Weeks, 52 Cities. The exhibition was curated by the Marta Herford Museum in Germany and showed a selection of photographs in a chronological journey from city to city: from traditional architecture to ultra-modern buildings.
Update - making the city smart >
Over the past 10-15 years the Internet and social media have radically transformed our lives. Now, our cities and towns are experiencing the same digital revolution. The exhibition, Update, shined spotlight on the smart towns and cities of tomorrow and sparked off debates on how to deploy Big Data to create better towns and cities without too much “Big Brother”.
Last updated Tuesday, January 21, 2014