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Latest Press Releases
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.
WILL IT SUSTAIN? Three international exhibitions on sustainability >
Can a window be sustainable, too sustainable and completely unsustainable all at the same time? Is a solar power-operated lawn mower sustainable, when it is designed to trim the artificial and intensively irrigated golf courses in desert states?
Stig L. Andersson in charge of the Danish pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice >
Every second year architecture connoisseurs flock to Venice, when architects from all over the world present their challenging and inspiring concepts and projects at the famous Architecture Biennale. This year the internationally acclaimed landscape architect, Stig L. Andersson will create the exhibition for the Danish pavilion, when Venice opens the doors on the 14th International Architecture Biennale on 7 June 2014.
What will life in Denmark be like in 2050? >
A large ambitious project is bringing together ten municipalities, four ministries, three regions, and various foundations and private companies to promote innovation and design concrete scenarios for how we will live in our cities, towns and urban regions in 2050. The Danish Architecture Centre are developing and running the visionary project, DK2050.
Zaha Hadid – World Architecture >
The summer exhibition at The Danish Architecture Centre features the work of the internationally acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid in her first solo exhibition in Scandinavia.
Your Harbour >
A new exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre takes visitors on a journey through the history of Copenhagen’s harbour and on into its future.
Digital platform for architecture gets significant facelift >
The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) are relaunching the popular, international digital architectural webzine arcspace.com in a new and improved version.
EUROPE’S BEST ARCHITECTURE >
EUROPE'S BEST ARCHITECTURE - European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture- Mies van der Rohe Award 2011
Last updated Monday, March 31, 2014