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In­te­rior wood pan­els among fi­nal­ists in cir­cu­lar chal­lenge

  • News,  
  • Project  
  2 November 2018

RePanel is an interior wall panel system made from reused wood. We want to scale up the production of a range of panels to offer new materiality and improved indoor climate in modern construction and renovation. Apply before December 3rd to be on our the team and further develop the idea in the Circular Construction Challenge.

Recog­ni­tion to new ur­ban land­scape in Aal­borg

  • News,  
  • Project  
  15 October 2018

the City of Aalborg has awarded the Tornhøj connection among the best archirtecture of the year. The suburban Kickstart project forms an attractive connection between very diverse districts.

A bridge and a new ur­ban land­scape in Aal­borg

  • News,  
  • Project  
  29 August 2018

New infrastructure and an urban space forms an attractive connection between very diverse districts in the City of Aalborg

New bridge con­nects me­dieval town with its new ur­ban dis­tricts

  • News,  
  • Project  
  5 August 2018

With a local version of the Spanish Steps, a new pedestrian bridge in Køge connects the old town's central parts with new districts of urban development

Shared hous­ing for se­niors

  • Project  
  15 June 2017

We will design another shared housing project in Køge. This time for seniors 50+. It has been estimated that 80.000+ seniors dream of living together, yet there are limited adequate facilities for this lifestyle. That is why we are thrilled to have been invited to design units for seniors

Mod­ern ‘Mews houses’ best hous­ing

  • Project  
  28 April 2017

Qualities in popular 1900-housing have inspired the contemporary townhouses that have now been awarded medal of beauty by the City of Copenhagen.

In­no­v­a­tive Build­ing Groups form­ing in Køge

  • News,  
  • Project  
  9 March 2017

In Building Groups future home owners unite to achieve more freedom in the design and construction of their future home. Vandkunsten Architects will design the homes of the building groups forming now in the Køge Kyst neighborhood