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Danish archive

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Gjøde & Partnere Arkitekter: ‘to create a setting where people can meet’Subscription

25 April, 2019 By Rupert Bickersteth

The Danish practice has designed a pair of poetic interventions between land and water for the Sculpture by the Sea biennale

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Amager Bakke Waste-to-Energy Plant in Copenhagen, Denmark, by BIG and SLASubscription

28 February, 2019 By

The sloping ‘hill’ design of this waste-to-energy plant, naturally, features a ski slope and requires more waste than the city produces to run at profit

Danish architecture

Finnish archive

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Löyly by Avanto Architects, Helsinki, Finland, 2016Subscription

13 February, 2018 By

The folded wooden envelope provides a place for locals to meet, creating a transitional social zone between the intimate spaces of the interior and the urban space of the waterfront

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Interview: Jenni Reuter VideoSubscription

17 March, 2016

From projects for the official home town of Santa Claus to underprivileged communities in Africa

Finnish architecture

Norweigan archive

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Enough is enough: Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019Subscription

14 October, 2019

Telling new stories for the future of the planet, this year’s Oslo Architecture Triennale, Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth, peels back the skin of capitalism and finds hope in the hopeless

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Nøysom Arkitekter: ‘sustaining the earth is about respect, reciprocity and using only what you need’Subscription

8 May, 2019 By Catherine Slessor, Lili Zarzycki

The Norwegian practice explore how architects can work towards a more mindful, sustainable and economical use of resources with their self-build project in Trondheim

Norweigan architecture

Swedish archive

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District Court Extension, Alingsås, Sweden, by TengbomSubscription

14 September, 2018 By

The courtrooms occupy the upper storey up to the roofline, giving these spaces impressive volume

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Outrage: ‘Branding The King’s Garden in Stockholm is philistine’Subscription

25 May, 2016 By Rasmus Wærn

It is the very absence of shops in parks that endows them with dignity

Swedish architecture