Tag Archives: maritime

Copenhagen´s New Icon: The Circle Bridge

Copenhagen’s latest contribution to it’s harbor’s bridges, The Circle Bridge, officially opened yesterday to a fanfare fit for kings. This majestic and playful construction harmonizes beautifully with Copenhagen’s maritime tradition and yet it is so much more. The creator of this unique construction, the artist Olafur Eliasson, has provided Copenhagen with not only a passage linking […]
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Sydhavn School – Worth The Wait

­ This week, thousands of school children all over Copenhagen are starting a new school year, being re-united with classmates and teachers in tired red-brick institutions, but not in Sydhavnen. Yesterday, Sydhavn School, opened its doors for the first time, welcoming its pupils into a new and dynamic physical experience. In 2006 the architectural office […]
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“Hark, Now Hear The Sailors Cry”

The clouds rolled in low over Helsingør. Tinted grey, but with no real malice. The seascape was perfect to visit a venue that had been highly recommended to me. I have just been waiting for this angry sky to put me in the mood. The Maritime Museum Of Denmark, some 50 kilometers north of Copenhagen […]
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