• Art of Many – The Right to Space

    Our projects Munkegaard School, The Crystal, and Childrens Culture House are part of the original Venice Biennale exhibition “Art of Many – The Right to Space”. The Danish Pavilion was a ‘Wunderkammer’ of leading architectural projects with a focus on humanism - and a huge success at the Biennale.

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  • The Wadden Sea Centre – a future built on tradition

    With a completely re-conceptualized conversion and extension of the Wadden Sea Centre, Dorte Mandrup opens the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site on February 2nd. Our main idea was to combine the beautiful yet rough and rugged area's building tradition with an ultra-modern, sculptural, architectural appearance. See for yourself – it opens to the public on February 3rd.
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  • IKEA Hubhult is good and green

    IKEA Hubhult, the most sustainable office building in Scandinavia, has been awarded the Green Good Design award! The building is home to more than 1000 employees with a dynamic work life and an openminded attitude towards workspace and interaction. And when we say “home to”, we do not take that lightly. After all, IKEA is the number one homemaker in Scandinavia, possibly the world.

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  • Mies van der Rohe Award nomination

    We have been excited about the idea of mixing a supermarket, a sports hall and apartments for our project Sundbyøster Hall II ever since we came up with this “3 in 1" concept.
    The jury of The Mies Award agrees and has nominated the building for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2017. Exciting!

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  • Once in a lifetime

    "It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience to be the architect of two UNESCO World Heritage projects". This is how Dorte Mandrup opens a short movie about the Wadden Sea Centre - naturally referring to this North Sea-project as well as the Icefiord Centre in Greenland.

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