Our first larger housing project HYRDEHØJ HOUSING has just been completed in collaboration with our partners from Broen Development, Art-tek Ingeniør Rådgivning and Anne Stausholm Landskabsarkitekter.
The 35 townhouses combine the best of the rowhouses with the best of the individual villas.
The housing cluster is organized as a continuation of the existing village main street. The community spirit and close neighborliness are supported by backyards facing an open wildflower meadow in the center of the project. The meadow serves as a natural playground but doubles as a rainwater reservoir adapted for heavy rain.
All houses and almost all sales are now completed as planned – only 22 months after winning the competition.
Together with Realdania and Kræftens Bekæmpelse, we are nominated for the honourable prize ”Health Building of the Year”. A prize which celebrates inspirational health buildings in Denmark.
A nomination we are really proud of!
The nominated project is Livsrum (Room for Life), which is affiliated with Herlev Hospital’s cancer center. Every third in Denmark gets cancer and experiences often great mental fatigue which makes it difficult to live a normal life.
Livsrum is based on the filosophy of the healing forces in the nature – and with healing nature as inspiration design and beautiful settings affects health and well being.
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.
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.
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.