We are happy to announce that CORNELIUS VÖGE together with Broen Development has won the housing project in Roskilde, Denmark. The new 35 townhouses will serve as a continuation of the existing Hyrdehøj Bygade with variations of gable motifs, setbacks and façade colors. The project is set to start sale in November 2018 with groundbreaking in March 2019.
The inauguration of the finished sports complex in Jyllinge tributes the history of the strong local community that raised money for the original sports facilities by establishing the eel festivals in the Seventies. References to eel fykes and wooden fish boxes are made in the architecture through materials such as stretch metal and wood details.
Nanna Vöge and Dan Cornelius has received the new architectural award from the Halldor Gunnløgsson foundation. The annual architectural award is given to architects and studios as a special recognition of a valuable contribution to Danish architecture.
Together with Kengo Kuma and Søren Jensen engineers we have won the prestigious competition for the new Water Culture House at Papirøen, Copenhagen. The Water Culture House will be placed at one of Copenhagen’s most central areas, Papirøen, where it will enrich both the nearby urban areas and the city as a whole.
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Vindinge Sognehus is a compilation of the building typologies, materials and expressions that are historically found in Danish villages; finding inspiration in brick farmhouses with a central courtyard. It is a modern building based on the roots of village culture and craftsmanship.