Forest-Edge Child-Friendly Family Home in Denmark

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Rising next to a forest’s edge, this child-friendly family home in Aarhus, Denmark, invites the green surroundings inside throguh a series of openings, skylights and mesmerizing floor-to-ceiling windows. The post Forest-Edge Child-Friendly Family Home in Denmark appeared first on Møller Architects Denmark Villa R

Infinite Bridge Sculpture in Denmark Enriches Coastal Landscape

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Drawing attention to the shoreline, where the piers would line up steamboats in the old days, this modern sculpture accentuates the scenic coastal landscape surrounding the city of Aarhus in Denmark. The post Infinite Bridge Sculpture in Denmark Enriches Coastal Landscape appeared first on An infinite bridge was imagined by danish architect studio Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter as being a circle floating on water.


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Modern Family Home in Denmark Brings the Forest Inside

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Backing to a forest in Aarhus, Denmark, this modern family home designed by architectural firm C.F. Photography by Julian Weyer] The post Modern Family Home in Denmark Brings the Forest Inside appeared first on Møller opens up to the views. Villa R consists of two rectangular-shaped floors encompassing a total of 3,230 square feet. Dark patinated zinc cladding was used for the exterior walls, while the north- and south-facing facades have floor-to-ceiling windows.

Bricks Commissions NCC to Construct 150 Apartments in Aarhus, Denmark

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NCC has been commissioned by the project development company Bricks to construct 150 apartments in the new Frederiks Plads area in Aarhus, Denmark. The order is worth SEK 285 million. NCC has been

Caverion Signs Agreement with Novo Nordisk to Deliver New Insulin Production Facility in Denmark

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Caverion delivers a Large Project for Novo Nordisk’s new insulin production facility in Hillerød, Denmark Caverion has signed an agreement with global healthcare company, Novo Nordisk A/S

5 Key Elements of Hygge Design

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While this idea originated in Denmark, it’s long been relevant to those of us who appreciate all things cozy. When you picture the perfect evening, do you imagine an exciting night out on the town, complete with stylish outfits and elaborate activities?

Noma :: Inside The World’s #1 Restaurant

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Ace of Entertaining Dining Famous Restaurants Christianshavn Denmark Noma Scandinavian Restaurants SPACE Top 50 Restaurants in the World I suppose if you are a “foodie” then you are aware of “Michelin Stars” and the fact that there is a list of the Top 50 Restaurants in the world. Which also serves as a gastronomic “bucket list” of sorts? Before we adopted our daughter, I kept the list updated, with the hope of visiting […].

Construction Commences on ROCKFON’s First North American Acoustic Ceiling Panel Manufacturing Facility

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affiliate ROCKFON® LLC, a subsidiary of Denmark-based ROCKWOOL® International A/S, officially broke ground today on its first North American acoustic ceiling panel ROXUL® USA Inc.

ROXUL USA Confirms Plans for ROCKFON's First North American Acoustic Ceiling Manufacturing Facility in Mississippi

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affiliate ROCKFON® LLC, a subsidiary of Denmark-based ROCKWOOL® International A/S, has confirmed plans to build its first North American acoustic ceiling manufacturing ROXUL® USA Inc.

B&W to Design and Build Teesside Renewable Energy Plant near Middlesbrough, UK

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B&W) announced today that a joint venture including its Denmark-based subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S, has been awarded a contract to Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc.

NCC to Energy Refurbish Hørgården Residential Home for the Elderly

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NCC in Denmark is to energy refurbish the Hørgården residential home for the elderly outside Copenhagen for the 3B housing company. The order is worth SEK 385 million. Digitalization will play a

NCC Enters Agreement with Boligselskabet Nordkysten for Energy Refurbishment of Tibberupparken in Espergærde

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NCC in Denmark has entered into an agreement with Boligselskabet Nordkysten under which it will be responsible for the second and last phase of the energy refurbishment of Tibberupparken in

10 Design Lessons You Can Learn From Scandinavian Interiors

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Scandinavian design extends to the countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland—offering a vast and eclectic taste that personifies this design movement and is characterized by simplicity, functionality and minimalism. Are we all ready to hop on a place and move to Norway, Finland, Denmark or Sweden? Scandinavian design is modern and minimalist with plenty of natural views. Image Source: Jeffers Design Group.

Avente Tile Talk: Christmas Greetings from Avente Tile

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Denmark: The Christmas feast is celebrated at midnight Christmas Eve. Monday, December 23, 2013. Christmas Greetings from Avente Tile. This homes entry is cheerfully decorated to welcome Christmas guests. As I get older, I realize how much faster time seems to be flying by when one day it’s Halloween, and the next it’s Christmas Eve!

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Intricate Chandelier Casts Mysterious Forest Scene on Walls

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“Forms in Nature” is a collection of unique chandeliers by Denmark-based design group Hilden Diaz. The pieces were inspired by nature drawings by Darwinist Ernst Haeckel. Not only are these chandeliers striking in its appearance; they also casts incredible shadows on the surrounding walls. The sculptural design mimics a tree and its roots, twisted and intertwined in a way that looks sporadic.

Rustic Apartment in Berlin Shows Its Mediterranean Roots

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” The furniture, lamps and rugs come from Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic; some pieces are 50 to 60 years old. Surrounded by a forest in the suburbs of Berlin, this rustic apartment by Loft Szczecin is a breath of fresh air. The home, in a Mediterranean-style building, is the result of an extensive restoration project. “Before starting the work, huge amounts of garbage had to be removed from all of the rooms,” the developers say.

This Human Habitat Floats with the Tides

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This project brought students from Estonia, Iceland, Denmark, Latvia, and Lithuania together to create this floating human habitat. This Veetee (“Water Way”) structure began as an experiment. Architecture group EKA Sisearhitektuur worked in collaboration with a summer school program organized by the Estonian Academy of Arts Interior Architecture Department.

A Charming Marmalade Factory Conversion in Poland

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The design firm sourced décor from the 1950s and 60s in countries around Europe, including Denmark, the Czech Republic, Poland, and the Netherlands. Loft in Marmalade got its quirky name from the building’s history as part of a marmalade factory in Szczecin, Poland that was active until the start of WWII. The design firm Loft Szczecin went to pains to keep much of the original character of the building for an outcome that is unexpected and unique.

Here Are 12 of the Coolest Pieces From Stockholm Design Week 2018

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KLASSIK daybed Poul Volther’s 1959 daybed has been put into production by KLASSIK Denmark in collaboration with Volther’s family. Stockholm was packed with the world’s biggest retailers and designers looking for the latest in Scandinavian design at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, the world’s leading event for Scandinavian design. The city also hosted Stockholm Design Week 2018 for the public so everyone could get their Scandi-fix.

Luminous 3 Bedroom Apartment Flaunting Modern Scandinavian Style

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Beautifully distributed, the interior spaces of this Denmark penthouse apartment convey a feeling of home. How do you choose your 3 bedroom apartment design ? Maybe you fell in love with the modern Scandinavian style and that’s exactly why this apartment will inspire you. Enhanced by light coming from attic windows, the calming Scandinavian design reigns all over.

Lovely Range of Themed Children’s Beds Mixing Fun, Play and Rest

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The beds are made from the best solid knot free pine and hand crafted in Denmark. The Ice Cream children’s Bed by Lifetime is made from the best solid knot free pine and hand crafted in Denmark. Balancing fun and rest, these new children’s beds from Danish company Lifetime are a treat. The collection below features special themes ranging from pirates and princesses to Morrocan style materials and airplanes.

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Although a few did stand out from the United States, Denmark, Lebanon, and the Philippines embodied design trends that I see every corner of the world embracing in the upcoming months. The lighting in the bottom left hand photo is from LIND DNA out of Denmark and I loved the industrial inspired filament lighting. LIND DNA Lighting from Denmark is gorgeous!

Scandinavian Simplicity: The Influence of Danish Design

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When you think of vibrant and exotic colors, the name Verner Panton comes to mind, one of Denmark’s most influential 20th-century furniture and interior designers. Influenced by the German Bauhaus school, Danish designers and architects are known for treasuring the concepts of minimalism and functionality. London-based modern-furniture store Aram sent us this infographic that explains the influence of Danish design throughout its history.

Kitchen and Residential Design: Scandinavian Made, a webshop

Kitchen and Residential Design

The Serra womens roots run deep in Denmark and Susans long made it a habit to bring back handmade items she found on her annual trips to Denmark for her design clients. Kitchen and Residential Design. Notes and anecdotes from the design world. Pages. About Me. Contact. My Work. My Store. Social Media Training. 14 December 2011. Scandinavian Made, a webshop. Posted by Paul Anater. at 6:00 AM. I think Im in love with this bowl.

What to Get an Architect for Christmas [2017]

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Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Landscape and Architecture $45 by Michael Sheridan (Author) and‎ Michael Holm (Editor) Fun Fact: The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is located just outside Copenhagen, Denmark and NOT in Louisiana. In what has become an annual “must write” post, I present to you THE definitive list of “What to Get an Architect for Christmas.”

The Finalists – 2015 Life of an Architect Playhouse Design Competition

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The Roof Terrace Playhouse Designer : Erik de Rooij – Kolding, Vejle Amt, Denmark Bio : I graduated as an architect more than 25 years ago, after a very bumpy ride, education-wise. The Finalists – 2015 Life of an Architect Playhouse Design Competition … there are a lot of people from around the planet who are anxiously awaiting these results. The evening kicked off with the judges arriving at 6:00pm for a cocktail hour prior to beginning their duties as judges.

Building with Structural Insulated Panels. or SIPs | Life of an Architect

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Dzintars Berzinskis Back in uni, in Denmark we had one project we worked on where we used similar panels, a bit thicker if i remember correctly though. about me Lets Work Together Frequently Asked Questions Do you want to be an Architect?

The Costs Associated with becoming an Architect | Life of an Architect

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lugray I believe this is also the case in Denmark – graduate from architecture school = being an architect. about me Lets Work Together Frequently Asked Questions Do you want to be an Architect? Home / Architects / The Costs Associated with becoming an Architect The Costs Associated with becoming an Architect Bob Borson — November 13, 2013 — 117 Comments The costs associated with becoming a licensed architect are out of control.