Dorte Mandrup, together with Marianne Levinsen Landskab, JAC Studio, Thornton Tomasetti, AT Plan & Arkitektur, Nils Øien and Anders Kold have been announced winner of the international competition to design the new Arctic attraction, The Whale, in Andenes, Norway. Continue reading Dorte Mandrup
Dorte Mandrup, together with Marianne Levinsen Landskab and Torbjörn Nilsson, have been announced winner of the competition to design a new culture house with library, art hall and café in the center of Karlskrona, Sweden. Due to its unique architectural character and naval past, central parts of the city have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site making the culture house our fifth World Heritage related building. Continue reading Dorte Mandrup
The buildings in the Wadden Sea Centre gather together as a large thatched farm house that shelters from the wind and creates an inner courtyard. From a distance, visitors will notice the large roofed farm, draped in one fabric, which shows up as an island in the landscape. Continue reading Dorte Mandrup
One of Copenhagen’s most significant, historic buildings, the former club “Valencia” built in 1861, is being restored and revitalized.
After an extensive renovation Valencia resurrects as a prominent hub for The Association of Danish Law Firms. Continue reading Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
The Children’s Day Care Center is built in the borderland between the beach and the old fishing town Råå, directly connected to the local school. The building is shaped as an interpretation of the condensed village structure immersed in a dune. The applied typology is challenged and used to create good light incidence to the children at all times of the year. Continue reading Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter