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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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Bjarke Ingels: between unbounded optimism and identifiable anxietySubscription

24 October, 2016 By Ian Volner, Julian Rose

Ingels combines all the ecological and civic aspirations of the anti-starchitects with the high romance of the solo designer-demiurge

Danish architecture

Finnish archive

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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

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Finnish on a high note: the centenary of Finnish independenceSubscription

20 October, 2017 By Jonathan Glancey

Marking the centenary of Finnish independence, Jonathan Glancey looks back at significant architectural influences and designs over the last 100 years

Finnish architecture

Norweigan archive

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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

‘Experimental’ housing always tends to stand on the edge of orthodoxy, palely loitering on the periphery. Yet it can also be envisaged as the cutting edge: the first breakers that surge and spill from the progressive wave, pushing on to batter at conventional thinking and received wisdom.

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View from Svalbard, NorwaySubscription

1 February, 2014 By David Garcia

Norwayʼs extreme Svalbard archipelago may become a key hub in the changing future of the Arctic

Norweigan architecture

Swedish archive

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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

Shifting public expectations embroil plans for Slussen

Stockholm, Sweden – Shifting public expectations embroil plans for Slussen Subscription

29 June, 2011 By Rasmus Wærn

Plans to redevelop the massive Slussen transport interchange in Stockholm are embrioled in local politics and public scepticism

Swedish architecture