We’re looking for an ambitious and skilled architectural technologist open to working on international and large-scale design projects in our Copenhagen studio. As an architectural technologist, you’ll help us develop projects across a variety of typologies and scales – from interior design to masterplans, and from adaptive reuse to cultural to large commercial buildings. Together with experienced architects, you will work on complex projects where challenging constructional solutions and innovative architecture will be the focal point of your daily responsibilities.
Read more about the positions we offer and apply here.
Aarhus City Council has approved a masterplan aiming to develop the South Harbour District in Aarhus, Denmark’s second-largest city.
Our team, led by developer A. Enggaard A/S, Schmidt Hammer Lassen, AART Architects, RUM 3Studio and LABLAND, will design a unifying 75,000-square-metre urban development icon drawing a new skyline and a versatile reflection of city life by combining the diversity of the existing settlement as well as creating a connection to the city’s newly developed waterfront.
The vision for the new development is threefold: to provide a strongly defined framework for urban life based on a qualitative interaction with existing structures such as the historically significant former coal transport structure “Kulkransporet”, to create new culturally attractive neighborhoods, and to connect the entire area to main transportation nodes.
Planned construction of Aarhus’ South Harbour District will begin in 2021.
Learn more about Sydhavnskvarteret, here.
The world’s leading property market is gathering the most influential players from all sectors of the international property industry, and we’ll be there for four inspiring days of networking, learning and exchanging ideas with colleagues, clients, and partners.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Partner and Managing Director Sanne Wall-Gremstrup, Partner and Design Director Kristian Ahlmark, and Associate Partner Mads Engel will be in Cannes, France March 10-13. Joining MIPIM’s 2020 call for sustainability and social empowerment, they look forward to connecting with new and familiar faces, and sharing our most recent office, mixed-use, residential, master plan, and other projects.
The University of Bristol has submitted a planning application for its landmark new library, which will transform the heart of its Clifton campus and provide an architecturally significant new building for the city, along with improved external public spaces.
The library will accommodate learning and research space with capacity for 2,000 new study seats, 420,000 books, and 70,000 journals. The library forms a key part of the university’s vision and strategy for transforming the Clifton campus, which includes providing new and enhanced facilities, improvements to public spaces and creating a welcoming heart to the university for students, staff, and the community at large.
The library’s design followed three overarching design principles: civic and publicly accessible spaces that invite the city inside, contextually relevant architecture that is closely integrated with its surroundings, and designing a landmark with significant historical, architectural, and cultural meaning.
Bristol City Council is expected to make a decision on the planning application in the spring.
In the meantime, you can learn more about our project at University of Bristol Library.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen is in the final round of a competition to design the new House of City and Region (Huis van Stad en Regio), a civic building that will become Dordrecht’s most prominent public hub and the future vision of the urban park, the library, and the workplace. Here is a preview of our proposal for the 22,000-square-metre cultural anchor and urban node defining the future identity of the city. The project comprises a citizens’ service centre, library, tourist information centre, and workplaces for the civil services of the municipality Dordrecht and the Drechtsteden.
Our proposal for the new House of City and Region embodies the spirit and identity of Dordrecht as a city on the water. With its unique location between the train station and historic city centre, the project will function as a facilitator of culture, a connector, and an environment for ideas and innovation, co-created with its stakeholders.
Stedelijk Knooppunt is publicly exhibited amongst other proposals through Sunday, February 9 at SpuiLAB210 in Dordrecht, The Netherlands. The project will be rewarded in spring 2020.
Associate and Project Architect Sveinung Chercka-Simonsen will discuss the technology used in the construction of VIA, a mixed-use development that will comprise exclusive shops, high-end offices, and parking facilities in the heart of Oslo at Alufacadesektionens Temadag 2020, an event hosted by Dansk Byggeri today in Middlefart, Denmark.
VIA is the only project in Scandinavia to use high-performance Closed Cavity Façade (CCF), an innovation that responds to the necessity of an optimized building design where the interaction between energy, indoor climate, and daylight availability play a central role. Much like a traditional ventilated double façade, a CCF protects the solar shading to ensure reliability in any wind condition. It goes a step further, however, with a sealed cavity that prevents the introduction of dust and dirt, reducing maintenance costs considerably.
Learn more about VIA, a project scheduled for completion in 2021, here.
And click here for more information about the event.
We enter the Year of the Rat with excitement about an array of buildings in China nearing completion and some soon–to–be–revealed project openings. We look forward to showcasing our long-awaited works in the city of Ningbo such as Ningbo New Library, a cultural hub placed next to an ecological park and lake; the new headquarters for Ningbo Daily Newspaper Group which sits at the heart of the new East Town development of the city; and Ningbo Home of Staff, a series of stepped mixed-use building volumes that are linked by a landscape, which rises from a central public park to become accessible green roof terraces.
In Shanghai, China’s largest city and a global financial and innovation hub, CaoHeJing Guigu Creative Headquarters, a centre supporting and nurturing high-tech firms, is targeted to complete this year.
In the Year of the Rat we celebrate the results of years of hard work, enormous talent, and fruitful collaborations.
Cheers to a rewarding Year of the Rat.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen, landscape architect SLA, and engineering and architectural firm Rambøll Norge won the Meierikvartalet site in the competition to design the new Ibsen Library in Skien, Norway. It was announced yesterday evening that our team delivered the winning design for one of two sites being considered for the new library.
In the coming weeks, the Skien municipality will decide whether our design at the Meierikvartalet site or the alternative Kulturkvartalet site will be the ultimate home to a new library that honors the legacy of famed playwright Henrik Ibsen. The Meierikvartalet site, located close to Ibsen’s birthplace, will make the library a cultural highlight of Skien’s town centre and a key driver of its cultural building programming and tourism for years to come.
The 9,800-square-metre building will house exhibition and performance spaces that will allow visitors to experience the work and influence of Henrik Ibsen, as well as a citizens’ service center, tourist information center, and offices.
Like Dokk1, our award-winning mixed-use library in Denmark, Skien Library will join a new generation of modern hybrid libraries that bring citizens and visitors together for knowledge sharing in a multipurpose cultural institution.
The final site will be chosen in March 2020.
For more information, visit: Ibsen Library.
Heimtextil, the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, invited partner Elif Tinaztepe to speak at Interior.Architecture.Hospitality, a special show that brought together internationally renowned architects and other experts for lectures, exhibitions, and other events in Frankfurt, Germany. Curated by AIT-Dialog, this year’s Interior.Architecture.Hospitality centered on the theme of diversity, which Elif used for the basis of her presentation titled “Learning from Libraries: Capturing the Temporal.”
Elif walked the audience through Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s approach to library transformation, highlighting notable projects including Halifax Central Library in Canada, Sports and Culture Campus Gellerup in Denmark, Christchurch Central Library in New Zealand, Dokk1 in Denmark, and State Library Victoria in Australia.
For more information about Interior.Architecture.Hospitality (in German), visit AIT Dialog.