#3 The Waterfront

Seaside dwellings at the harbour front in scenic Stavanger Extract from our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape: “Inspired by the unique setting on the harbour front, the Waterfront blurs the boundary between the urban space and the dramatic landscape by appearing as a mountain range of wood at the interface […]

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#3 Francesco Ranocchi

“…The presence of a primary structure can be either a formal one, or merely conceptual. Elsewhere we have defined it as Icastic architecture, this product of the complex relationship between culture industry and construction industry: a semantic reduction that progressively invests the architecture of the century, thus erasing differences and antagonisms in favour of the […]

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#2 Food camp

A beautifully situated historical farm in Funen, Denmark, transformed into a conceptual camp to inspire children to explore the world of food. Extract from our latest publication A New Golden Age Nordic Architecture & Landscape: "One of the concepts of the Food camp is 'from earth to table', and the surrounding landscape offers a variety [...] Continue reading

#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…” Kim Dirckinck (1950), Danish Architect MAA, director of Bogværket, former director of Arkitektens forlag and senior […]

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#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 […]

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#1 Walter J. Hood Jr.

“Nordic architecture interrogates landscape, creating a sense of place within its domain.” 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. Quote from his article ‘The Consequence of Place’ in our latest publication […]

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