HARBOR HOUSE

Borgarfjordur Eystri is the northernmost fjord of the East Fjords. Despite it´s remote location it has not escaped the enormous increase of tourists visiting Iceland. The harbor is placed in beautiful surroundings on the outskirts of the tiny village of

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VETERAN HOUSING

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COUNTRY HOUSE

The summerhouse is located in southwest Iceland in picturesque surroundings with mountains on all sides. The building has a cross shaped plan that enables views 360 degrees. The terrace runs through the building, blurring the transition between inside and outside

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BBA SWIMMING POOL

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VILLA M12 EXTENSION

Being a growing family in need of more space the owners of the M12 villa decided to maximize their existing 70’ies villa in order to stay in the city, in walking and cycling distance of work, schools and leisure activities.

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GODTHAAB KINDERGARTEN

Frydendalsvej kindergarten is a small extension to a kindergarten housed in an old villa in Frederiksberg. Frederiksberg is an independent municipality located as an enclave within the Copenhagen. It is the smallest municipality in Denmark area-wise, but the most densely populated.

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HEATING STATION

Stenløse heating station supplies a new residential development in the countryside outside the village of Stenløse. The heating station is integrated into the landscape, it´s roofscape creating a new landscape opening up to the surroundings and allowing for the residents

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BETTY NANSEN THEATER

The extension of the old theatre building is simple and clear in its idea and construction.  Two earlier extensions to the theatre are removed to expose a beautiful old façade. A modern glass façade is added, like a transparent stage

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SPORTS CLUB

The clubhouse is situated on a steep slope overlooking the sports areas. The building tapers down the hillside in three continuous levels, creating dynamic balconies on the roofs that can be used for outdoor activities and as viewing platforms. The

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AIRPORT EXTENSION KEFLAVIK

In the spring of 2010 the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland erupted, having a devastating effect on the country. Air traffic in Europe came to a standstill and as a result Iceland became increasingly isolated. Eyjafjallajökull was on everyone’s lips, both

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A PAVILLON

The pavillon has a simple and iconographic design, giving it a strong identity. It acts as a shelter from the weather and can be used for a variety of functions, such as teaching, play and entertainment. It can stand alone

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SPORTS CANOPY

The simple mindset underlying the vision for the sports canopy allows for a multitude of possible activities taking place in and around it. The sports canopy is open and transparent, inviting people inside to participate in many forms of activities,

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SPORTS VEIL

The vision for this structure is to design a covered space that provides shelter from rain and wind, while at the same time being open and light. In this melting pot in the center of Copenhagen a variety of different

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HOUSE FOR ICELANDIC STUDIES

The Arni Magnusson Institute is is an academic research institute within the University of Iceland and the new building will hold both teaching and research facilities as well as an exhibition of the medieval manuscripts. The building is in three

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WALDORF

The new Waldorf School is designed with respect of the antroposophic ideas of Rudolph Steiner. The building consists of seven individual houses all connected by an outside bridge, and alltogether forming a whole interconnected space. Seperating the school into smaller

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STACKED LIBRARY

The new library – the open house – is formed by the internal function and urban surroundings. Placed in between small scale houses and big public buildings, the new library appears as a merged figure of the small and big

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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL REYKJAVIK

The project for an extension of the national hospital in Reykjavik is one of the biggest building projects in the city. A complex functional program shall be implemented into the urban pattern of small scale buildings. The project minimizes the

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PARISH CENTRE

The parish and community centre is an extension to the church from the eighties designed by Manfred Vilhjalmsson and Thorvaldur S. Thorvaldsson. The centre is connected to the existing Arbaejar church via a grand staircase. The staircase connects the three

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VILLA WAVE

The programme of the villa is distributed on different levels staggered for each half floor giving each zone in the house a private character. The levels are connected longitudinally with one staircase that links all levels together. The staggered levels

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ULFARSFELL KINDERGARTEN

The project is inspired by the philosophy of Reggio Emila – translated into Icelandic context. “As you can see, the world is a never-finished sketch. Always brazenly and wonderfully fresh.” Loris Malaguzzi Project: Kindergarten Type: Invited competition Year: 2008 Size:

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KEFLAVIK AIRPORT

The building design is influenced by geological and geographical qualities unique to Iceland. These qualities are transformed into characteristic spaces, such as the gorge through the building, which is clad in liparit, an Icelandic stone quarried in the mountains nearby.

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MUDESA

The functional needs of the Museum are characterized by big spaces for exhibition and smaller bifunctional spaces. The concept of the project is to line the small bifunctional spaces in one line and wrap them around different exhibition spaces in

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AI LOGO

This is a simple and clear proposal for a new graphical identity for the Architectural Association in Iceland. The logo consists of two shapes, a triangle and a trapez figure known from the world of architecture. The figures have no

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LOOP LIBRARY

The Library is an extension of an existing library in the city. The program for the extension is wound up in a double spiral connecting three levels together. Creating a spectacular space that gives a great overview of the library

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PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

The bridge spans the railway, connecting two seperated sides of the city. The bridge is in a dynamic organic design, giving a variety of spatial and tactile experiences, concrete, steel and wood. Project: Bridge Type: International competition Year: 2000 Size:

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CBS

The project strategy is to redefine the classical teaching environment to modern times for the Copenhagen Business School. An existing silo building is transformed into a modern teaching environment, with flexible and variable spaces that stimulate and challenge the students

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SLOPING ROWHOUSES

Our house – the frame around our everyday activities – is undergoing great changes. Life patterns have changed and will continue to change in the future. Our wishes and needs become more individualized, pointing in many directions. At the same

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RANDERS KINDERGARTEN

The kindergarten is designed with spatial and tactile qualities offering children a sensory stimulation. The spaces differ in character, from the close and secure surroundings in the group rooms, to the challenges and surprises in the common space. Project: Kindergarten

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A CHAIR

The chair is made of aluminum, folded in triangular surfaces that provides a self-bearing shell and supports the body. Exhibited at the Milano Furniture Fair. Project: Have a seat Type: Prototype Year: 2002 Size: 1:1 Client: Private Collaborators: Location: Denmark Status: Prototype, built

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PATIO HOUSES

Housing for elderly is different from traditional housing since the inhabitants will only be individuals or couples. The housing is organized in five groups, each with two rows of houses, opposite one another. The individual dwellings are organized with very

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HIGH VOLTAGE PYLON

The High Voltage Pylon is designed in recognition of its visual signification in the landscape. It has a characteristic and sculptural form, resembling a figure in motion. Its asymmetrical shape gives a different visual appearance based on the spectators placement

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VILLA BERLIN

The villa has a double programme since it is both a family dwelling as well as the ambassadors representative space. This is articulated in a building which is divided in two parts, the lower part being completely exposed and the

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CITY CUBE

The pavilion is formed as a modern icon for the city of Copenhagen. The pavilion is an element for serving (beer, icecream, hot-dogs etc.) with two possible additional elements for lavatories and storage. The elements can stand alone or in

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BIKUBEN

The proposal for Bikuben Student Housing questions the habitual thinking of the past, in regards to how we build dwellings in the city. The proposal is a student house with a new social structure, with a variety of possibilities for

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HOF CONCERT HALL

The new music hall is situated on a prominent spot by the water. It´s complex programme is organized in three horizontal layers, with technique in the basement, the public on the open ground floor and the actors on the enclosed

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