We are excited to share the news that we’ve been shortlisted to design a new world class children’s hospital at Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet in central Copenhagen, together with our team MOE, CREO Arkitekter, Tredje Natur, Keingart and Smith Innovation!
A partnership consisting of The Capital Region of Denmark, Rigshospitalet and the LEGO family’s foundation Ole Kirk’s Foundation will develop the new facility known as “BørneRiget”. It will reinforce Rigshospitalet mission to become Denmark’s leading hospital for patients needing highly specialized treatment and become an international centre of excellence in the provision of care and treatment to children, adolescents and women in childbirth. The new building will sit on a 17,900 m² site located at the western end of the current Rigshospitalet site in Central Copenhagen and cover a total floor area of approximately 58,660 m², rising to 60 m high.
Read more at BørneRigets website
Our office in Shanghai has new openings for experienced Senior Architects, Architects and talented Junior Architects. We have currently over thirty active projects in mainland China and Asia, across varied typologies from Libraries, Museums, Theatres, Work-place, Interior, Education and Masterplans.
Read more details about the jobs and apply here
On October 1st 2016 (which appropriately is also World Architecture Day) we celebrate the big 3-0 at Schmidt Hammer Lassen!
We are proud of our contribution to three decades of architectural history – and how we’ve achieved it together with amazing clients, collaborators and colleagues.
Thank you all.
“Breiavatnet Lanterna” is a dynamic scheme for boosting the city of Stavanger’s ambitions for future urban developments that will create a new benchmark for sustainable and creative work environments. The project offers a new public centre; a transformation of the existing park and a new 101-metres tower containing 18,170 m2 of highly flexible space for offices, restaurants, exhibitions and conferences. The ground and top floors will be open to the public ensuring a new unique meeting place in the city.
See more details about the project here
On September 8th, Malmö Live was announced winner of the City of Malmö Prize 2016! This prestigious Award praises the valuable improvements in the city where Malmö Live has become a focal point and landmark, offering a setting in which the spirit of the city, its diversity and intimacy receive an architectonic expression.
Learn more about the project here
We have completed an overhaul of an existing office building in Shanghai into an innovation incubator for Hi-Tech start-up companies. Located at the CaoHeJing Hi-Tech Park, in aim to support and nurture local start-up companies, the incubator is a pilot project of a series of shared office developments in the area by the client.
Read more about the project here
We have revealed designs for a new ambitious cultural center in the heart of the south Chinese city of Foshan. Located 45km West of Guangzhou, the city is aiming to create a combination of Library, Arts, Education and Cultural performance space in the heart of Foshan’s existing Thousand Lantern Lake Park designed by US Landscape Architects SWA.
More about the project can be found here
As part of the regeneration and development of the West Bund area in Shanghai, we have completed a permanent exhibition and art pavilion on the riverside promenade. In 2013, we were commissioned by West Bund to create a series of pavilions as part of the West Bund Biennale of Art & Architecture. “The Cloud” was designed to last for duration of the Biennale but due to its success it remained in place for over 2 years. In 2015, the West Bund commissioned SHL to redesign the pavilion as a permanent space for art and events. We maintained the steel structure of the original pavilion, creating space for events and small exhibitions, and maintaining the original notion from the Biennale pavilion of a ‘cloud’. The new pavilion creates a singular space in the form of an extruded glass cloud, a symbol of luck in ancient Chinese painting.
Read more about the project here
Monday 15th August, our Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, was announced winner of the Public Library of the Year Award 2016 at a prestigious ceremony during the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) congress in Columbus, Ohio. The international panel of judges recognised Dokk1 as a true library of the future that embraces new digital developments, user demands, local culture, and a desire to accommodate diverse population groups within an open and functional architectural expression.
Dokk1 triumphed over libraries from Australia and the United States, becoming the third public library to receive the international prize awarded by the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces as a part of the Model Programme for Public Libraries.
Read more about Dokk1 here
Read more about the award here
The Hague, The Netherlands