Architecture Projects

Selected architecture projects
 
 
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1994, Brotherhood Chapel

Concept for a chapel for the three monotheistic religions
Recreation of Evaristti’s final project at The Royal Danish Academy for architecture.


2003, Bargdaal Harbour

The main idea of the project is to strengthen a challenged community through architecture, putting emphasis on harbour and school.

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2003, Bargdaal School

“Architecture for life“
The main idea of the project is to strengthen a challenged community through architecture. The spiral serves as a both symbolic and functional form, symbolizing the focal point of education in general and for this specific area in particular as an important way out of poverty.


2003, Rowhouse

A concept for row houses securing privacy in a common ground

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2007, Gallery Bridge

Build in Aalborg, Denmark
Builder: Gallery Wolfsen Completed: 2009
Award for Best Architecture by the Aalborg Municipality 2009


2010, Studio Apartment

Conversion of a former industrial silo for youth housing in Aalborg, Denmark. Concept.

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2011, Leda

16.000 square meter office building Aalborg, Denmark.


2011, The Swan

12.000 square meter office building in Aalborg, Denmark.

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2011, Hovden

Sketches for a winter cabin in Norway.


2012, Kirkebjerg New District

60.000 square meter office building and private housing for the new Kirkebjerg district in Brøndby, Denmark

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2012, The Three Graces

“Architecture inspired by Art”
Concept for high rise building.


2013, Luang Prabang

Proposal for hotel resort in Luang Prabang, Laos.
49 keys split into superior & deluxe rooms plus 3 bungalows. 
Facilities: lobby, spa, gym, restaurant with lounge and library.
Commissioner U Hotels


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2013, U Sukhumvit Hotel

Sukhumvit in Bangkok is a popular and very buzzling area. It has the dynamics, noise and busy movements of a metropol that never sleeps. When moving around the city you experience a creative vibe – food stalls, light, music, traffic, shopping. When entering your hotel, you want to withdraw and relax – but you still want to feel you are in Bangkok, in Thailand – the land of smiles. Not in just some other international luxury hotel.