Interactive Exhibitions by Kollision

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NORDHAVN - SKY & SEA

NORDHAVN - SKY & SEA

AUDI Sphere on Vimeo

AUDI Sphere on Vimeo

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A Powerplant at Sea on Vimeo

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Tangible 3D Tabletop on Vimeo

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TRANSFORMATIONS on Vimeo

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Parametric Space on Vimeo

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Parametric Space - teaser on Vimeo

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SPINE on Vimeo

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AUDI PARIS 2012 on Vimeo

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Ørestad Library on Vimeo


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Hans Christian Andersen visited Holsteinborg Castle for the first time in may 1856 following innumerable invitations from Count Ludvig Holstein and Countess Joachimine (Mimi) Holstein. Until his death (1875), he returned to the castle almost every year 35 times in all. Here he truly felt at home. On a photography taken on the veranda in 1870 he wrote: At Holsteinborg my sun-picture was created. For here sunshine in my heart was laid.

Hans Christian Andersen visited Holsteinborg Castle for the first time in may 1856 following innumerable invitations from Count Ludvig Holstein and Countess Joachimine (Mimi) Holstein. Until his death (1875), he returned to the castle almost every year 35 times in all. Here he truly felt at home. On a photography taken on the veranda in 1870 he wrote: At Holsteinborg my sun-picture was created. For here sunshine in my heart was laid.

Hans Christian Andersen Fairy-Tale House | Visitcopenhagen

Hans Christian Andersen Fairy-Tale House | Visitcopenhagen

The 17th century tower and observatory Rundetaarn, or the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. When Christian IV built the tower, Denmark was quite famous for its astronomical achievements thanks to the astronomer Tycho Brahe.This walk also leads to the library hall, which once housed the entire book collection of the university. The famous Danish writer H.C. Andersen used to visit the library and he found inspiration for his work here.

The 17th century tower and observatory Rundetaarn, or the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. When Christian IV built the tower, Denmark was quite famous for its astronomical achievements thanks to the astronomer Tycho Brahe.This walk also leads to the library hall, which once housed the entire book collection of the university. The famous Danish writer H.C. Andersen used to visit the library and he found inspiration for his work here.

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