News

We are deeply involved in our projects and, through them, the wider social agenda and context. We are therefore keen to tell you about what we work with.

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23 | 02 | 2017

Lüders Car Park

Lüders Car Park in Nordhavn, Copenhagen has been nominated for MIPIM Awards 2017 in the ‘best refurbished building’ category. T...

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24 | 02 | 2017

Lindbjerg School

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20 | 02 | 2017

Papirtårnet

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08 | 02 | 2017

Chimney House

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13 | 01 | 2017

Fredericia Furniture

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01 | 12 | 2016

Laura Hus

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09 | 09 | 2016

Fritz Hansen

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07 | 01 | 2017

PFA

The competition to transform and revitalise Marina Park – PFA’s distinctive head office in Nordhavn, Copenhagen – was decided, ...

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Cases

We work on projects of a vastly different nature and complexity. Some of the projects strike a particular chord with us, or turn out to contain a complexity or special challenges that we can really get our teeth into – always with the aim of developing high quality architecture with the greatest possible value for the developer, users and society as a whole. We have compiled a few of those projects here.

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Postgaarden

Årstiderne Arkitekter is in full swing with the comprehensive transformation and renovation of the partially heritage listed Postgården complex in Købmagergade in the centre of Copenhagen. The disused post office is currently being converted into a vibrant urban environment, where offices and stores are creating a hive of activity in and around the old buildings.

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JYSK Park

JYSK Park, Silkeborg’s new super league stadium, will soon be completed. A stadium whose elegant curves and large capacity were designed by Årstiderne Arkitekter.

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Køge Kyst

Køge Kyst is a comprehensive and ambitious urban development project which aims over the next 25 years to create a unique, attractive and sustainable urban district that interconnects Køge spatially and across functions.

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Video

Here is a selection of videos that explain who we are, what we do, and how we think and work. We have always used images to explain and visualise our projects. As architects, we work far much more with images than with words, both when developing and when communicating our work.

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