Perspectives on Nordic architecture and landscape

Photo by Stamers Kontor of Sønderborg Harbour

#2 Kim Dirckinck-Holmfeldt

– A number of the projects in this book owe a debt to that period’s [2004-present] ‘liberation of form’, and although  the great utopias are absent – we can manage with less – they are examples of a pragmatic approach (…)

Quote from his article ‘Pragmatic perfection’ in our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape

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Kim Dirckinck (1950), Danish Architect MAA, director of Bogværket, former director of Arkitektens forlag and senior researcher at the Centre for Sports and Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture.

>> SELECTED PROJECTS

#1 Villa Överby

A technologically highly advanced villa located in a natural setting outside of Stockholm, Sweden.

Extract from our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape:

“Behind the clean lines a series of advanced technological systems are hidden (…) All systems are operated by a control and monitoring solution, using a web-based interface, controlled via the internet or a mobile handset”

Architect: John Robert Nilsson Arkitektkontor . 2009 . Värmdö, Sweden . 250 m2

Villa HŠll JRN 2009/05

All photos by Åke E:son Lindman

 

 

Perspectives on Nordic architecture and landscape

DY-view of sculpture garden from the building

Photo by Walter J. Hood Jr. of de Yong Museum: View of Sculpture Garden

#1 Walter J. Hood Jr.

– Nordic architecture interrogates landscape, creating a sense of place within its domain.

Quote from his article ‘The Consequence of Place’ in our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape

Walter J. Hood Jr. (1958) American architect and writer. Professor at the University of California, Berkley, leader of Hood Design and fellow in landscape architecture at the American Academy in Rome.

10th Anniversary

This month we celebrated our 10th anniversary and it has generally been a landmark year so we want to share some of the new things with you: We have started new collaborations with Nordic architectural studios and talented international professionals, and we are pleased to have new employee relationships. Our first Nordic architecture books mark

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