• – One should understand that all places have layers of recollection – wherever you build has a story and traces of what was. It is those stories that we unfold as buildings

    GCCG Workshops and Visitors Centre
    Silkeborg, DK 2018-2021
    Photo: Anders Sune Berg





  • – Even the most iconic structure must respect its surroundings, convey the site’s history and interpret what already is and has been

    Invited int. comp., 1st prize
    Odense, DK 2016-2021
    Team: Kengo Kuma & Associates, Cornelius Vöge, Masu Planning

     

     



  • HEALING ARCHITECTURE

    LIVSRUM HEALTH CENTRE



    1008468- The shared space is the physical manifestation of the community. The contribution of architecture is to convey who we are, what we can and to facilitate what we collectively want

    Counselling centre for cancer patients
    Herlev, DK 2017-2020
    Photo: Søren Harder Nielsen

     





  • – If a building looks like it has always been, it will be forevermore

    Vindinge, DK 2015-2017
    Photo: Søren Harder Nielsen

     





  • – A building must speak to one’s senses and memories while arousing both curiosity and unconscious recognition. Without words, it must be able to tell its story

    Invited int. comp., 1st prize
    Odense, DK 2011-2013
    Photo: Adam Mørk

     



  • TRANSFORMATION

    IRMA COFFE TOWER



    Everything that makes a building or landscape and its history interesting, we must not disturb, but merely reinforce and convey with empathy, precision and tenderness

    Transformation of a protected industial building to a new community centre
    Rødovre, DK 2019-2023





  • – One should understand that all places have layers of recollection – wherever you build has a story and traces of what was. It is those stories that we unfold as buildings

    Roskilde, DK 2021-2023
    Team: Cornelius Vöge, ABC rådg. ing.