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A Sensuous Encounter with Indian Architecture >
In the midst of the chilly Danish winter, now is the chance to be whisked off on a sensuous journey to the colours, scents and shapes of India. Such will be the experience when India’s Studio Mumbai visits the Danish Architecture Centre with the exhibition Studio Mumbai – In between the Sun and the Moon.
Groundbreaking Buildings that Changed the World >
In a new exhibition, the Danish Architecture Centre is presenting 100 buildings, which helped to shape the image of world-class Danish architecture in the eyes of Danes and of the rest of the world
THE DANISH CONTRIBUTION TO THE 15TH INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE IN VENICE IN 2016 IS A WUNDERKAMMER OF NEW DANISH ARCHITECTURE >
The Danish contribution to the Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy in 2016 is a snapshot of a new humanism in Danish architecture. With a wunderkammer of architectural prototypes, the two curators behind the exhibition are seeking to highlight the humanistic focus of Danish architecture right now.
Danish Architecture Centre and China Building Centre sign cooperation agreement >
In their cooperation agreement with the China Building Centre, the Danish Architecture Centre is opening the door to the biggest construction market in the world. The agreement sets out to strengthen export opportunities for Danish and Chinese companies, and to enhance the sharing of knowledge amongst authorities, investors and organisations in the two countries.
Snøhetta is moving to Copenhagen… >
Snøhetta is a mountain in Norway – and it is Scandinavia's most renowned architecture firm. Starting 18 June, Snøhetta will open an office at the Danish Architecture Centre with the exhibition 'World Architecture Snøhetta'. Most people are familiar with the Opera House in Oslo, but Snøhetta is worth getting to know for many other reasons. The exhibition is an opportunity to meet the talented people, see the crazy projects and experience the alternative thinking that have gained the Norwegian architecture firm worldwide fame and acclaim.
Mind the Earth: New exhibition will show the Earth as seen from Google Earth >
Can logging be beautiful? Seen from above, it creates the most delicate patterns, but the story behind it is scary - large parts of the rain forest are disappearing every day. The exhibition, Mind the Earth, at the Danish Architecture Centre will show the Earth’s transformation, using selected photos from Google Earth, providing insights into how diverse, resilient, but also vulnerable our planet is.
Rethink your city! >
The city surrounding us has the potential to be much more, and to be used in new ways. Rooftops can become urban gardens with vegetables, bees and chickens. The gloomy area under a bridge can be turned into an outdoor cinema. The exhibition, Reprogramming the City at the Danish Architecture Centre presents a number of projects from around the world, which rethink urban spaces creatively and inspire visitors to do the same.
Made in Japan >
A new exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre shows housing created by the distinguished, Japanese architectural company Atelier Bow-Wow that has specialized in making use of the limited space in the metropolis of Tokyo.
Rationalist road to sustainability in need of some aesthetics >
Statistics, laws and good arguments are challenged by butterflies, poetry and dirt in the Danish pavilion in Venice. The Danish pavilion reintroduces the forgotten power of aesthetics as a challenge to the dominant rationalistic approach, not only to architecture but also to literature, art, nature and science.
What is nuclear scientist Niels Bohr doing at la Biennale di Venezia? >
What does butterflies, quantum mechanics, poetry and dirt have to do with architecture?In the Danish pavilion you are invited to sense, wonder, be curious and reflect when you meet the smell of dirt, read Niels Bohr’s letter to Einstein, hear the sound of poetry and burry your toes in pine needles. The pavilion reintroduces the forgotten power of aesthetics as the complementary to the rational. It argues that the two together form the foundation for our future decision making.
Last updated Monday, August 22, 2016