Copenhagen is a city you must visit for many reasons. You will easily notice that everything is on a human scale, at least during summer you can see people enjoy the 3 Bs – beers, bikes and boats -, Danish fashion style looks just so effortless and minimalist but always sleek and elegant in its own cozy … Continue reading

BIG Architecture in Copenhagen

If you are an architecture lover then I’m about to tell you a great reason to travel to Copenhagen! This is the city of Bjarke Ingels, in every sense! He was born, studied here and designed many succesful buildings around the city. Moreover he’s the hottest architect ever, no one can deny it! I was hoping … Continue reading

Vipp Shelter: a livable industrial object

This minimalist and compact shelter is a prefab designed and built in Copenhagen by the Danish Vipp studio. With an area of 55 square meters and its transparent walls this shelter is perfectly integrated into the landscape and it offers stunning views that immediately puts the occupants in direct contact with nature. The house is designed … Continue reading

CEBRA Architects – A place like home

The Children’s Home is a pioneering project by CEBRA architects and built in Kerteminde, a small Danish community. It is a reception center open 24 hours a day and it is destined to accommodate children from homeless families. The structure is designed as a set of separated volumes so they have their own functional independence but they still … Continue reading

Ama’r Children’s Culture House: how to promote children’s creativity

Today I want you to know about this unique building in Denmark designed by architect Dorte Mandrup. It is based on children’s ideas and terms including space and facilities for creativity, experiments and play for children from 0 to 18 years of age. As the architects said “The Children’s Culture House is an innovative project developed with the … Continue reading