We are happy to announce that we have broken ground for the German Community Museum in Sønderborg. More updates to follow.
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MECO Architects and Tegnestuen Mejeriet have developed the new Youth Culture House in Sønderborg.
The project includes the renovation of the former dairy building and an extension.
The existing building will house an auditorium with attached bar, toilets and back stage facilities. The extension contains lounge area, meeting rooms and an internal courtyard environment for gatherings and events.
We moved office, at the heart of Frederiksberg. New address below:
Kong Georgs Vej 37A,
DK 2000 Frederiksberg
MECO Architects and Tegnestuen Mejeriet are happy to present the first ideas for the new German Community Museum in Sønderborg, South Denmark.
The project includes renovation of the existing museum and a new adjacent extension.
The scheme will include various exhibition areas, a spacious lobby with a shop and a multi-use space for temporary exhibitions and events.
At the top level, a cafeteria will be connected to a rooftop terrace with views towards Sønderborg harbour.
Tegnestuen Mejeriet and MECO Architects are proud to announce the project for the new Youth Culture House in Sønderborg, South Denmark.
The new "Ungdomskulturhus" comprises the renovation of the former dairy factory and a new adjacent building.
The existing building will house an auditorium, bar, restrooms and backstage facilities. The two-storey extension includes lounge areas, meeting rooms and an outdoor courtyard for social gatherings and events.
New project, work in progress
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The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is an art museum located on the shore of Humlebæk, 35 km north of Copenhagen. The most visited art museum in Denmark has an extensive permanent collection of modern and contemporary art, dating from World War II to the present day.
Bunkers in the sand
Denmark's West Coast and Tirpitz Museum
The Danish part of the Atlantic Wall was a coastal defense line along the west coast of Jutland, which was built during WWII. It consisted of about 8.000 different concrete constructions of which roughly 2.000 were bunkers.
In some areas, the bunkers have been removed or covered up, and in other places sand migration has erased the traces of the bunkers. However, the larger part of the bunkers remain almost unchanged since the war.
Tirpitz Museum (below) is located on the coast of Jutland. It is built in an old bunker from where it got its name, and features exhibitions on the Atlantic Wall, the west coast of Denmark, and an amber collection.
Blåvand Bunker Museum