BOGLANCHERING & PANELDEBAT MED KIM UTZON

ARKITEKTENS MÅLTID / SANSERNES ROLLE I ARKITEKTUR

I forbindelse med lanceringen af den nye arkitektoniske kogebog ’Arkitektens Måltid’ og markeringen af året, hvor Jørn Utzon ville være fyldt 100 år, inviterer Archipress M og Paustian til et spændende lanceringsevent. Aftenen indledes med talk af arkitekt Kim Utzon, hvorefter der vil være paneldebat med Kim Utzon, direktør og medejer af Paustian, Frantz Longhi, arkitekt Kristine Jensen og arkitekt Marianne Ibler. Herefter er der reception med vin og smagsprøver fra ’Arkitektens Måltid’.

Arrangementet finder sted i Paustians Hus i Nordhavnen, Kalkbrænderiløbskaj 2, 2100 i København, tegnet af Jørn Utzon:

Torsdag den 22. november kl. 16-18

Antallet af deltagere vil være begrænset – tilmelding senest 16.11 via m@archipress.dk

‘News in Nordic Architecture’ is on its way

Sneak peek from our new book which soon will be here 

The new book ‘News in Nordic Architecture – Textures + Materials’ is in the making and is a counterpart to ‘News in Nordic Architecture’. With focus on textures and materials, the book includes projects by Helin & Co Architects, Lund Hagem Arkitekter, Rørbæk og Møller Arkitekter, Christensen & Co. Arkitekter, BOGL landskabsarkitekter and many others from the Nordic countries. To enlighten the waiting is here a glimpse of its content:

       

Coverphoto: Regatta Spa:Helin & Co Architects: 2017: Vantaa, FI: Photo: Michael Linden, Helin & Co Architects

 

From left to right: Farum Midtpunkt: BOGL Landskabsarkitekter: 2012 – 2016: Farum, DK: Photo:  Dennis Lehnmann, BOGL Landskabsarkitekter  ·  DTU Life Science and Bioengineering Building: Christensen & Co. Arkitekter / Rørbæk og Møller Arkitekter: 2016: Lyngby Campus, DK: Photo: Hampus Berndtson  ·  The Muddus Block: Wingårdhs Arkitektkontor AB: 2017: Stockholm, SE: Photo: André Phil

 

Summer house feelings

Never is the Nordic countries as beautiful as when the Nordic summer breaks. After a long period of darkness and cold, people are in need of getting out, enjoying the warmth and nature. Thus summer houses traditionally play an important role.

One of our best selling books; A New Golden Age, Nordic Architecture & Design, features three beautiful examples from different Nordic countries, encapsuling the spirit of going to the summer house.

Cabin Lyngholmen, Lillesand, Norway, Lund Hagem Arkitekter, 2012, Photos by Lund Hagem Arkitekter

Cabin Lyngholmen, Lillesand, Norway, Lund Hagem Arkitekter, 2012, Photos by Lund Hagem Arkitekter

Villa Blåbär, Nacka, Sweden, pS Arkitektur, 2012, Photo by Jason Strong

Villa Blåbär, Nacka, Sweden, pS Arkitektur, 2012, Photo by Jason Strong

Villa Lola, Vaðalaheiði, Akureyi, Iceland, ARKIS, 2010, Photos by Mirra Arnardottir

Villa Lola, Vaðalaheiði, Akureyi, Iceland, ARKIS, 2010, Photos by Mirra Arnardottir

New issue of the Nordic New Golden Age trilogy

Sneak peek from the final publication of our series

The last book in the Nordic New Golden Age trilogy is in the making, and this time the theme of dwellings features a variety of recent Scandinavian housing projects from firms like Helin & Co, CF Møller and Conm + Kallesø, just to mention a few. Displaying the Finnish tradition of materials, bringing the modernist legacy into the contemporary or exploring the Nordic light in unexpected ways.

 

A project in Helsinki by Helin & Co

A project in Odense by C.F. Møller Architects

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A project in Ore Strand by Conm + Kallesø

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