Category Archives: Concert Halls

Kvæsthus Pier: A Space For All Seasons

As the summer finally made a brief, but glorious entrée in Copenhagen, there is probably no better harbor space than Kvæsthus Pier, Kvæsthusmole, to welcome the summer’s arrival. This vast urban space, designed by the Danish architect studio, Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects, has been a popular meeting point for locals and visitors since its opening in 2016. […]
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Back In The Pews

During my years studying at Denmark’s Design School in the 1990´s I spent many an hour in Copenhagen’s array of beautiful churches attempting to catch their perspective and a hint of their soul in my sketchbook. Christian’s Church tightly packed in its own corner of Christianshavn, was by far the most difficult space to capture. […]
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In The Foyer

A day when the Gods decided to have some fun with Copenhagen, first by dumping fat wet snow on the city and then spicing things up by sending gushing cold blasts of wind from some distant hostile northern fjord. My refuge came from an unlikely source, the foyer of The Royal Opera House. Previous spontaneous […]
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