Nicoline Kloster

Nicoline Kloster

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Open class structure and working space at TU Delft School of Architecture by MVRDV - Inspiration for University Campus in Middle East by SI Architects

The Why Factory Tribune, Delft Studio space and lecture hall for The Why Factory (T?F) think tank at Delft University of Technology. Photo's by Rob 't Hart.

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One day during the Bordeaux grape harvest five years ago, Lord Norman Foster showed up for lunch at Château Margaux. Mutual friends had introduced one of the world’s greatest architects to one of the world’s finest winemakers, and this autumnal meal in.

The Bicycle Snake. Bicycle Bridge, Copenhagen, Denmark. Competition: 2010, 1st prize, Completed 2014. Length: 230 m, Width: 4.6 m, Height difference between Havneholmen and Fisketorvet's main entrance: 5.5 m, Column distance: 17 m. Client: The City of Copenhagen. Architect: DISSING+WEITLING architecture. Landscape: Marianne Levinsen Landskab. Engineer: Rambøll (DK). Contractor: MT Højgaard (DK). Light Design: lightconstructor (DK). Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj - COAST Studio.

They ride fast, the Danes, and just off the bridge they've made a special protected path for the pedestrians! "The Bicycle Snake" near the shopping center "Fisketorvet" in Copenhagen designed by DISSING+WEITLING architecture!

Steel, glass, aluminum and marble at Pier A, Copenhagen Airport. The building is characterized by a sprit construction bearing on the roof pieces shaped like airplane wings made ​​of aluminum. Along with the building's glass facades the curved ceilings constitutes reflective surfaces forming the space and the light which is characteristic to the Nordic architecture.

Steel, glass, aluminum and marble at Pier A, Copenhagen Airport. The building is characterized by a sprit construction bearing on the roof pieces shaped like airplane wings made ​​of aluminum. Along with the building's glass facades the curved ceilings constitutes reflective surfaces forming the space and the light which is characteristic to the Nordic architecture.