CORNELIUS VÖGE ApS

Atelier for Arkitektur

Hedegade 1
4000 Roskilde
T: +45 2290 0695
E: atelier@corneliusvoge.dk

Medlem af Danske Ark
Medlem af Green Building Council Denmark

NARRATIVE NORDIC ARCHITECTURE

CORNELIUS VÖGE – Atelier for Architecture was established in 2006 by Danish architects Nanna Vöge and Dan Cornelius. The studio now has 15-20 employees and has won several international and national competitions including The Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense and the Water Cultural House in Copenhagen in collaboration with Kengo Kuma and Associates.

The studio is recognised for its narrative Nordic architecture and modern interpretations of the Danish-Nordic architectural tradition. It has built a number of award-winning buildings such as The North Atlantic House in Odense and received several awards for its practice. In 2018, the studio was the first to be honored with the Halldor Gunnløgssons Fonds Hæderslegat in architecture:

” Through their persistent development of a clear set of values and an undisputed decency in building designs they have accomplished to sharpen their artistic contribution so well that the studio today appears as one of our best interpreters of the Danish-Nordic architectural heritage.”

To us, architecture is a communicative form of art. Buildings have stories they want to tell and context is key to the narrative of all landscapes and buildings we develop, design, transform and build. From early ideation and sketching to finished buildings; the local, physical, historical, social-cultural and organisational contexts are thoroughly analysed and carefully considered in all parts of our process.

We consider architecture as the added value to all kinds of building, urban and landscape planning. Architecture increases the keeping quality and total value of all projects and with focus on quality and lasting solutions, sustainability is a natural and integrated part of the way we work.

The studio offers strategic client consultancy and high quality sustainable architectural solutions to public and private clients.

Within planning, preservation and development of cultural heritage, transformation of existing buildings, reconstruction and new building we advise and provide solutions for our clients from early-stage analyses, stakeholder and user involvement, ideation and sketching to completed project.

The studio has special expertise in planning and building for recreational, cultural and educational use, social and health care purpose and urban development including climate change adaptation projects such as coastal protection of towns and harbours with special preservation status.

AWARDS

Health Building of the Year 2020, shortlisted – Livsrum Herlev
The Halldor Gunnløgsson Architectural Award 2018
RENOVER prisen 2017, Landsbyen i Skolen
Tyndpladegruppens Arkitekturpris 2016, Shortlisted, North Atlantic House
Nykredit Motivationspris 2015
LEAF Award 2014, Shortlisted – Best mixed use building in Europe, North Atlantic House
Odense Municipality Architectural Prize, North Atlantic House, 2014
Odinprisen, North Atlantic House, 2014
RENOVER prisen 2013, Shortlisted – Best refurbishment of the year, Poplen youth centre
Danish Arts Foundation, Grant, 2012
Roskilde Municipality Architectural Prize, Villa Marstrand-Wadt 2009
Danish Crafts, Grant, 2007
Danish Arts Foundation, 3-year grant, 2006-2008
Danish Arts Foundation, Grant, 2004
Danish Arts Foundation, Grant, 2003

COMPETITIONS

1. pr., Søndermarkskolen, Frederiksberg, DK 2020
2. pr., Parish Centre Ullerød, DK 2019
1. pr., Townhouses Hyrdehøj, DK 2018
1. pr., Cancer counselling centre Livsrum Herlev, DK 2017
1. pr., Water culture house and Harbour bath Papirøen, DK 2017
1. pr., Cancer counselling centre Livsrum Herlev, DK 2017
1. pr., Fredericia Volde, DK 2017
1. pr., H. C. Andersen Museum, DK 2016
2. pr., Nursery Homes Hyrdehøj, DK 2016
1. pr., De fem Hald’er, DK 2016
1. pr., Veterans´ Home, Odense, DK 2015
1. pr., Helhedsplan Skousbo, Viby Sj., DK 2015
1. pr., Landsbyen i Skolen, Nr. Vium, Ringkøbing, DK 2014
1. pr., Daycare Frederikssundsvej, Brønshøj, DK 2013
Purchase, City development plan Klaksvik, FA 2012
Purchase, Ålesund Harbourside, NO 2011
2. pr., Køge Kyst planning, DK, 2010
2. pr., Housing, Ålandsgadekarré, DK 2010
1. pr., Byens Ø, planning – 2. fase, DK 2010
1. pr., Byens Ø, planning – 1. fase, DK 2009
1. pr., Hatlehol Church, NO, 2009

LITTERATUR

“Religious Facilities”, Booq Publishing, 2020
“Arkitekten”, no 1 2018, Ark. forlag, Vindinge Sognehus
” News in NORDIC Architecture”, Archipress M, 2017
” A New Golden Age – NORDIC Architecture and Landscape”, Archipress M, 2015
“Atlas of European Architecture”, Braun publishing, 2015
“ANC”, no 403, 2014, special issue on religious architecture, Korea 2014
“Arkitekten”, no 6 2014, Ark. forlag, portrait and selected projects
“Nordic Deligths”, Gestalten Verlag, GER, 2012
“COMPETITIONS”, Monsa Publi., ESP, 2010
“Nye Enfamiliehuse”, Ark. forlag, 2010
“Arkitektur DK – nr. 3, 2010”
“50 Award Winning House”, LST Publishing House, CH. 2010
“Liv i parcelhuset”, Sommer & Baadsgärd, 2009
“SPACES Magaz. UK, no. 23/2008”
“Eget Hus” , Christoffer Harlang and Finn Monies, Ark. forlag 2003
“Arkitektur DK nr. 3, 2003”
“Enquete, Tegl nr. 4, 1998”

PARTNERS

Dan Cornelius, arkitekt maa.
Royal Academy, School of architecture, Copenhagen 1999
Medlem of Kunstnersamf. 2007-2019
Examiner at the School of Architecture in Copenhagen and Århus and Design School of Kolding appointed by Akademiraadet
Jury member of Architectural Prize Committee in Guldborgsund appointed by Arkitektforeningen
Jury member appointed by Danske Ark and Arkitektforeningen

Nanna Vöge, arkitekt maa
Royal Academy, School of architecture, Copenhagen 1997
ETSAM, Madrid, 1995-96
Chairman and Co-founder of INSP! – social economic organization

Søren Harder Nielsen, arkitekt maa
Royal Academy, School of architecture, Copenhagen 2013
DGNB-konsulent, 2018