The Danish Architecture Centre on social media
Danish Architecture Centre is present on a wide spread of Social Medias - here can you see where, and how to stay in touch and connect with us.
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See pictures; get updates about arrangements, and read news that are relevant for all who wishes to follow the different movements in architecture. We are primarily posting about our own arrangements and news, but there will are also be occasional recommendations and other relevant offers.
Get updates on news and arrangements for the architect- and construction industry. We also posts job openings on LinkedIn.
See pictures of The Danish Architecture Centre, updates from our events and exhibitions. You can also add your own pictures from visits to the Danish Architecture Centre by using the hashtag #danskarkitekturcenter and #danisharchitecturecentre on Instagram. Updates are primarily in English.
See videos of exhibitions, lectures and workshops in The Danish Architecture Center as well as of interesting new architecture and urban development in and around Copenhagen.
See other people's reviews, get tips for visiting Danish Architecture Centre and check-in and add tips when you yourself, visit us at Strandgade 27b, København.
See others' reviews of the Danish Architecture Centre and make your own recommendations about Danish Architecture Centre when you visit us.
See other people's reviews of the Danish Architecture Centre, and make your own review after you visit us.
DACprofessional is Danish Architecture Centre's new profile both on Facebook and Twitter and is for all professionals together with others with interest within architecture, construction and urban development. This is where you can get relevant information about our events and also get knowledge, inspiration and news about the industry.
arcspace.com is a big international online architecture magazine. arcspace.com is run and operated by the Danish Architecture Centre. arcspace.com was founded in 1999 by architect and independent curator Kirsten Kiser who handed over arcspace.com to DAC in 2012. Here you can e.g. see pictures from the Danish Pavillion, when the Venice Biennale is happening.
Deleby (The shared city) is a nationwide partnership, created to explore the sharing economies potential for the danish cities and community. Deleby unites danish municipalities, compagnies, citizens, professionals and associations in order to create new ideas and business models for the shared cities.
Follow our Facebook page 'Deleby', which is an online gathering point for knowledge and debates regarding how we together can create better cities. Updates are only in Danish.
SUSTAINABLE BUILD is a collaboration between The Danish Industry Foundation, Danish Architecture Centre, The Danish Business Authority Green Business Development, and Leaderlab who aims to promote sustainable growth within the construction industry.
Last updated Monday, May 29, 2017