“The project is a very moving example of creating a space where locals can meet. Despite a significant transformation, it is admirable how the project still preserves the old school as a building of historical significance for many of the people living in the local area.” Lars Axelsen, CEO, Landowners Investment Fund. RENOVER prisen is awarded to the best renovation project of the year in Denmark; projects which push the boundaries of renovation, inspire and contribute positively to an environment’s social and architectural experiences. The project is made in collaboration with ERIK BRANDT DAM Arkitekter and Malene Bach.
Great news! Together with Kengo Kuma & Associates, Søren Jensen Engineers and consulting architect Niels Sigsgaard, we are happy to announce that we have progressed into phase two of the competition to design the upcoming Water Culture House and public harbour bath at Papirøen, Copenhagen. Papirøen is in the heart of the harbour in Copenhagen, opposite the Royal Danish Playhouse. The Water Culture House will include facilities for swimming, wellness and outdoor water activities. It is part of an overall scheme to develop the area, which has recently has become a popular temporary urban space.
For the second time we have been selected as one of the 6 finalists for RENOVER-prisen, awarding the best renovation projects in Denmark. Landsbyen i Skolen in Nr. Vium, is made in collaboration with ERIK BRANDT DAM arkitekter and Malene Bach. The former school has been transformed into the heart of the community, offering a meeting place for sport, culture and events strongly driven by the residents. The renovation of the building respects the existing building and its cultural history, whilst transforming it with colour and subtle interventions. In 2013 we were a finalist with Poplen Youth Centre
CORNELIUS VÖGE wins Livsrum Herlev competition, together with Svaneeng and Aksel V. Jensen. Livsrum is a new drop-in counseling center for cancer patients at Herlev Hospital, centered around the concept of healing architecture. The center is strongly inspired by the acclaimed Maggie’s centers in the UK. The initiative is directed by The Cancer Society and Realdania. ”The proposal for the cancer counseling center in Herlev is characterized by being an exemplary illustration of healing architecture, created for the human scale.” – Lars Juel Thiis, competition jury report.
We are happy to see the last details fall into place at Vindinge Sognehus. The building is a natural connection between the historic church and the traditional village and features beautiful brick and wood details both on the exterior and interior. Nanna Vöge will present the finished project on the 16th of May in Vindinge.
Together with Kengo Kuma & Associates and Søren Jensen engineers we are happy to be prequalified to design the upcoming water cultural centre and public harbour bath on Papirøen in Copenhagen. Situated in the heart of the harbour, close to the Royal Danish Playhouse, the Copenhagen Opera and Amalienborg Royal Castle. The area has in a short time successfully been transformed facility into an informal and popular temporary urban space. We look forward continuing this positive development and design a building in close connection with water and land.
The office has moved to a new location close to the historic city centre and cathedral of Roskilde. We are now placed in an old Iron Foundry in the historic industrial buildings of Maglekilde in Hedegade 1, Roskilde.
CORNELIUS VÖGE have been prequalified for the LIVSRUM competition in Herlev, Copenhagen. The initiative is directed by The Cancer Society and Realdania, who are building new cancer counselling centers close to hospitals. The centers are based upon the concept of healing architecture, and are strongly inspired by the acclaimed Maggie’s centers in the UK, named after founder Maggie Jencks. The building is to provide security and homeliness, whilst maintaining an openness and presence to the users. We are qualified together with contractor Svaneeng and Aksel V. Jensen Engineering.
We are so proud to announce that The North Atlantic House has been shortlisted for Tyndpladegruppens Arkitekturpris 2016. The prize awards high quality architectural use of metal in built projects in Denmark in the years 2013-2016. Previously The North Atlantic House have received Odense Municipality Architectural Award and Odinprisen for beautiful buildings in Odense .
CORNELIUS VÖGE is nominated alongside NORD Architects, Cobe, Effekt and Erik Van Egeraat.
Together with ERIK BRANDT DAM Arkitekter, landscape architect Charlotte Skibssted, MOE and Prof. Martin Zerlang, we have won the competition in Hald near Viborg where five generations of castles and manor houses at Hald Lake in Viborg – De fem Hald’er – will tell the history of Denmark from the Middle Ages to today. The project has a budget of 37 mio. kr. and is planned to open in 2019.
Among 23 teams CORNELIUS VÖGE have been shortlisted for the competition for a new parish centre in Hillerød close to the historic city centre. Together with landscape architects MASU Planning and engineer Eduard Troelsgård, we are among the 3 teams shortlisted. The other teams in the competition include Cubo and Entasis. The project has a budget of 17 mio. kr. and is planned to open in 2020.
Our project for a ‘dementia village’ of care homes and a rehabilitation center in Hyrdehøj. In the final second phase, we were in a close race with the final winner Cubo Architects. We designed a small village, with 110 housing which focused strongly on the residents well-being and emphasized homeliness – providing new homes with recognizable elements such as enclosed gardens, familiar roof expressions, terraces and kitchen gardens. Our project was produced in a team with Nova 5, Midtconsult Engineers and Vega Landscape.
The winners of the Archizinc Awards were announced last week in Paris. 10 architects from all over the world were appointed jury members selected for their innovative use of zinc in architecture. Dan Cornelius was appointed as the only Scandinavian architect because of the use of zinc in The North Atlantic House. The Awards distinguishes international architects and their best projects submitted, based on architectural quality and originality of project, innovation in the use of zinc material, elegance, functionality and respect for the environment.
The design for the new House of Sports and Culture in Jyllinge has now been revealed. CORNELIUS VÖGE was contacted by the client back in 2014 after the existing sports complex burnt down in a tragic fire. Now the new design has been revealed with a full funding from AP Møller Fonden, Roskilde Municipality and insurance. The new building is a complete makeover of the old complex integrating new buildings and the remaining pieces in a new architectural expression inspired by the fishermen´s nets and stakes from the village life near Roskilde Fjord.
Together with Kengo Kuma, Masu Planning and engineers Eduard Troelsgård we have won the invited prestigeous competition for a new Hans Christian Andersen museum – House of Fairytales.” The proposal has a unique quality that captures the spirit of both Hans Christian Andersen and Odense, has striking international calibre and is locally embedded at the same time. It is a project that I can only imagine taking place here in Odense.” says mayor Anker Boye.
In a team with ERIK BRANDT DAM arkitekter, landscape architect Charlotte Skibssted and Prof. Martin Zerlang, we have been shortlisted for the ambitious competition in Hald near Viborg.
The story of five generations of castles and manor houses in Viborg – De fem Hald’er – can tell the history of Denmark from the Middle Ages to today covering 800 years of History including the period of Hald being the powerfull centre of the Reformation in Denmark.
CORNELIUS VÖGE has 3 projects included in the new book from ArchipressM. The book “A New Golden Age – Nordic Architecture and Landscape”. A kaleidoscopic survey of brand new Nordic architecture and surrounding landscapes, characterized by Nordic light, the vast blue sea, white winters, green nature and urban spaces.
It is based on Marianne Ibler”s interviews with 27 leading Nordic architectural and design offices. Includes critical essays written by Walter Hood, Kim Dirckinck-Holmfeld and Francesco Ranocchi. Buy book here.
We are qualified to another set of really interesting new competitions:
Nursing Homes in Roskilde – 2 phase competition for around 100 new nursing homes in Roskilde. The team includes Nova 5 (lead consultant), Midtconsult and Vega.
Fanø Bad – Renewal of the historic area of Fanø Bad in a team together with Erik Brandt Dam.
We are qualified to some really exciting new competitions:
Day Care Centre in Skovlunde – a 2500 sqm. daycare centre located in Skovlunde. The team includes CORNELIUS VÖGE (lead consultant), Stokvad ing., Masu Planning and Anna Zieler together with Marie Abel Hesse as educational consultants.
Ny Østergade Roskilde – 2 phase planning competition for 100.000 sqm of mixed use in a team together with Nord Architects (lead consultants), Grontmij, GHB and Blue Bakery and Rendbæk Consulting.
Coastal Protection Roskilde Fjord – projects regarding flood protection in the lower areas of Jyllinge and around Roskilde Harbour in a team together with Rambøll as lead consultant.
We have produced a short movie for the presentation of the Hatlehol project for the public in the Ålesund region in Norway. A low key and slow tv production with a focus on the users, the site and the nature of the west coast of Norway.
In a team with the acclaimed Tokyo-based architect Kengo Kuma and Associates, we have been qualified for the ambitious competition for a new H. C. Andersen visitors centre in Odense. Kengo Kuma is the lead consultant of our team which also includes MASU planning and Eduard Troelsgård. Other participants in the competition are teams led by BIG, Entasis, Barozzi Veiga and Snøhetta. We are really proud of being a part of this project and look forward to the most exciting design proces the next few months.
The book from Braun Publishing AG on the status of European Architecture features CORNELIUS VÖGE. The volume presents European architecture in all its multitude – from private residences via residential and office complexes up to cultural, educational, research, and religious institutions, and infrastructure projects. Unexpected materials and modern designs are presented along with new interpretations of centuries-old building traditions, while modern building methods focus on highly topical themes such as sustainability, re-use, and recycling methods. By copy here.
Nanna Vöge and Dan Cornelius receives Nykredits Motivationspris 2015. In the official announcement architect Dorte Mandrup says that CORNELIUS VÖGE puts a special imprint on everyday architecture, when interpreting and renewing the typology, creating fine and human environments. The Price Committee highlights the North Atlantic House where CORNELIUS VÖGE shows good understanding of using Nordic modernism to create a unifying building. Nykredits Motivationspris is awarded to talented young architects who have attracted attention in the public and among other architects and colleagues. Read more.