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Aspekt Office blends minimalist interiors with period architecture at this Copenhagen HQ

A place to meet and collaborate, the new office for Copus by Aspekt Office hits the mark and is both original and fresh Creating a

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Norm Architects show beige isn’t boring with opening of Notabene

The designers blend bespoke pieces crafted by Karimoku Case Study and a neutral colour palette at the new Copenhagen-based concept store While optimistic shades and


From the Archive: A look inside Louis Poulsen’s Copenhagen headquarters

When Louis Poulsen moved its headquarters to a historic naval quarter of Copenhagen, the Danish lighting company’s focus was on maximising brightness and a sense


Behind the scenes at Danish watch designers Larsen & Eriksen

It is 11:47am. Standing in a courtyard just off Gammel Kongevej, a principal shopping street in Copenhagen’s Frederiksberg municipality, I am greeted by one half


These are the big challenges future workplaces pose for architects

For architects and designers, creating an office space is increasingly becoming about more than rows of desks and access to natural light. Greater understanding of


Is arbejsglaede the new hygge? Meet the Danish idea all about being happy at work

Ahead of the British Council for Offices conference in Copenhagen, we learn more about the Danish concept of arbejdsglæde Arbejdsglæde(ah-bites-gleh-the) is not an easy word to


Copenhagen’s new in-the-round landmark

A trio of Danish architects have won the competition to design a 25,000sq m office building for real estate firm PFA Ejendomme in Copenhagen. Vilhelm


Bjarke Ingels goes back to school

Gammel Hellerup High School might just be one of the coolest high schools in the world. Bjarke Ingels, who heads his eponymous architecture firm, injected


Arkitema’s zero-energy school in Denmark

Arkitema Architects has designed Denmark’s first zero-energy school, based in Haslev, south-west of Copenhagen. Set within lush countryside and built on the site of an


Bornholms Efterskole by Rosan Bosch

Bornholms Efterskole, a Danish free school that has integrated technology into colourful teaching spaces  “This school picks up the kids who have been drilled into



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