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.
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
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,
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
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
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:
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
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