• Our team, Gründl Haahr Arkitekter, MASU Planning, JL Engineering A/S and Cornelius Vöge Atelier for Architecture as lead consultant, has won the competition for the 2022-2026 development of the large residential and recreational area, Roskilde Sydvest.

    Our proposal, Byens Haver (Gardens of the City), highlights the green character of the area by introducing all kinds of gardens as its new identity. The project includes the development of more than 30.000 m2 park, new housing, new allotment gardens, a community house with restaurant, healthcare center and new traffic and parking solutions.





  • The visitors has embraced Silkeborg’s new attraction, Gubsø Garage. The opening and summer exhibition, Classic Car Exhibition ´21, has been a well-attended success.

    Click here to view new pictures from the visitor center and get an impression of the finished building and a unique collection of running cultural heritage, which is definitely worth a visit.

    Photographer: Anders Sune Berg for Petersen Tegl



  • Odense, DK

    The new H.C. Andersen museum is now open. After five years work on the project, the studio is  familiar with all its details. Now we´re excited to see how architecture, nature and culture will come together as a poetic whole. For more info about the museum have a look at https://hcandersenshus.dk/

    Photographer: Rasmus Hjortshøj

     





  • Livsrum Herlev is shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival Award 2021 in the category Completed Buildings – Health.

    Livsrum Herlev, designed and built for Danish Cancer Society in collaboration with Realdania, offers counselling and various activities for cancer patients, relatives and those left behind. It is one of seven cancer counselling centres in Denmark built to showcase a new form of healthcare architecture.

    The building is designed to protect and embrace its users. It is arranged as a small urban structure of gardens and terraces on a domestic scale of two floors. A lush and welcoming interior provides a comforting homelike setting and offers users a tranquil escape. External facades screen from heavy road traffic and captures scenic features of Herlev Hospitals newly developed surrounding landscape. The project is based on sustainable and holistic solutions, integrating social architecture, function, energy and resource optimisation.

    We look very much forward to present the project to the international jury and delegates at the festival in Lisbon December 1-3. See all ten finalists and their projects here.



  • Frederiksberg, DK

    A new multi-user sports facility at the listed school building, Søndermarkskolen, Frederiksberg Kommune, has been selected by Lokale- og Anlægsfonden, DIF og Dansk Skole-Idræt as one of five projects to be carried out. The project transforms a traditional ”gymnastiksal” into a shared social space and everyday lab connecting school, sports clubs and local community. The purpose is to daily facilitate more physical and mental health promoting activities. Through co-creation between key stakeholders, users and the studio novel ideas combining architectural and organisational strategies have merged into an innovative common project to be further developed throughout 2021.