On account of the Nordic Festival “Nordiske Nätter” – “Nordic Nights” from tomorrow friday the 4th of November, A New Golden Age – Nordic Architecture & Landscape and Architecture & Design will be sold in Moesgaard Museum’s shop.
The 14th of November we will follow up with our brand new and 3rd book A New Golden Age – Nordic Housing.
The 3rd book in the popular A New Golden Age trilogy – Nordic Housing is a richly illustrated and inspiring book portraying a selection of Nordic dwellings. Read about new villas, apartments and holiday homes shown in beautiful and colorful photographies. The book adresses a wide audience and also includes a special interview with the worldknown architect Bjarke Ingels from BIG.
Extract from our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Design:
“When I designed the Church of Shadows my most important inspiration was the dualistic play between light and darkness. And how darkness can be important as a design element. I worked with darkness as in a love affair with light. This secret love affair was an important inspiration to me.”
Architect: Vesa Honkonen Architects: Design & Dreams Studio . 2012 . Chengdu, Sichuan, China . 700 m2
Extract from our publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape:
“We usually say that it takes about one minute for the forests of Sweden to produce all the material that went into constructing this building – sixty seconds. It weighs a third of what it would have if it had been constructed with a conventional concrete frame.”
Architect: Wingårdhs architects . 2010 . Sundbyberg, Sweden . 1,598 m2 . 31 units
Nordic architecture is not only known for its simplicity in design, but furthermore for a strong adaption to the context
The first issue of the Nordic New Golden Age book trilogy captures one of many Nordic inspired dwellings. With its minimalistic expression and natural materials, it is hidden in the landscape to inhale the beautiful view of Aarhus Bay. In Villa Albertsen, located in Aarhus, the architects Luplau & Poulsen Arkitekter are adapting the surroundings down to the very last detail. As they quote;
“A view to the horizon has inspired a horizontal design right down to the extended oblong brick format.”
– From an architectural point of view, the awareness of both cultural identity and sustainability is really a gift from the society, the consumer and the clients to the profession.
Quote from his article ‘Architecture in Transformation’ in our publication Global Danish Architecture #7.
Peder Elgaard (1968) is Danish practicing architect, founder and owner at ELGAARD Architecture and holder of a Master’s degree in Architectural Heritage, NORDMAK. He is also a regular advisor to the Ministry of Culture, regarding alterations of listed buildings, as well as a former Royal Building Inspector in Copenhagen.
The Bridge of Peace was designed by an Italian architect; Michele De Lucchi. The lighting design belongs to the French designer Philippe Martinaud. The bridge of Peace was built 2010 by the order of the City Hall of Tbilisi with the intention to connect Old Tbilisi with the new district.