Starting the week with some good news!
We have won a competition to design the next 300 apartments and townhouses at the Egedal Municipality’s new district ‘Egedal By’ in North Zealand, Denmark. A project with a sustainable vision to transform the green fields into a vibrant city! The first homes are expected to be ready for occupancy in 2018.
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Malmö Live, our mixed-use complex scooped the 2016 award at a recent ceremony in Stockholm. Stora Kakelpriset (Ceramics in Architecture Award) has been awarding projects in Sweden since 2001, where ceramics have played a vital role in the architects material choice. The high-quality ceramic tiles used on the facade were chosen due to their durability and vibrant red yellow and white hues which blend harmoniously with the colour palette of Malmö.
Learn more about the award here
More info about the project can be found here
Thursday, 24 November 2016, the 32,000 m² extension of our Kolding Hospital in Southern Denmark was officially inaugurated by the Danish Crown Prince at a ceremony celebrating the opening of the region’s new health care facility. The 32,000 m² extension houses bed and emergency wards along with a new main entrance, giving the hospital a whole new identity improving arrival facilities for patients and relatives whilst taking full advantage of the beautiful view of the surrounding forest.
Read more about the project here
We are very excited to finally get on site with our Ruseløkkveien project in central Oslo, a complex space combining exclusive shops, high-end offices and parking facilities, which when completed in 2021 will become a symbolic focal point for the new modern Oslo.
Get to know our project here
Wednesday 16 November 2016, the Malmö Live complex in Southern Sweden, was announced winner of the Mixed-use Completed Buildings category at a ceremony during the World Architectural Festival 2016 in Berlin. Since its opening in Spring last year, Malmö Live has become a popular cultural meeting place and landmark in the city of Malmö, offering a setting in which the spirit of the city, its diversity and intimacy receive an architectonic expression.
The Jury praised our project as a public building in the best sense of the word: open to everyone. Not exclusive and very democratic. It’s a real piece of the city and an important catalyst of urban regeneration.
See all day-one winners here: World Architecture Festival 2016
And read more here about the project.
Hallo Deutschland! World Architecture Festival 2016 takes off today in Berlin
Do not miss Founding Partner Morten Schmidt on Thursday Nov 17 at 4.20pm speaking about Housing and the Urban Block, and how can architects use their influence to ensure housing that create communities and urban villages.
Read more at World Architecture Festival
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum’ (DK) ambitious €40 million expansion plan, Next Level, was presented in 2015 and now the design of what will be the largest museum art project by world-renowned American artist James Turrell has been revealed. The new extension will contain several new facilities including a 1,200m² subterranean gallery and the gigantic semi-subterranean art installation ‘The Dome’. The Next Level project will open for the public in 2020.
Read more about the project here
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