Kim Herforth Nielsen - Partner and Principal Architect 3XN Print
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Kim Herforth Nielsen Portrait

Kim Herforth Nielsen

Partner, Principal Architect MAA
www.3xn.dk



 

Date and place of birth

28. 03. 1954 in Sønderborg, Denmark

Education

Graduated from Aarhus School of Architecture 1981

Position/function

Principal Architect, founder and partner

Languages

Danish, English, German

Lectures

Has lectured at art academies, schools of architecture, architects' associations, conferences and symposium all over the world; among other places in Gothenburg, Amsterdam, Maastricht, Stockholm, Malmo, Munich, Como, Perth and Sydney.

Memberships

Member of Danske ARK (Danish Architects' Assoc.) Membership no 6427- 280354
Chartered member of RIBA, UK. Membership number 10953725.
Honorary Office Jury member in Architectural Review’s Awards for Emerging Architecture 2006
Judge in AA-competitions (Architect´s Association of Denmark)
External examiner at the Royal Danish Academy of Art
Member of the ext. exam. Committee of the Academy's Council 1999 – 2002
Member of the ext. exam. Committee of the Society of Artists 1999 – 2002
Member of PAR's Prize Committee since 1996
Member of the Censor Committee at the Charlottenborg Autumn Exhibitions 1990 – 94
Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts since 1990
Member of the Society of Artists since 1987

Personal grants and awards

Knight of 'Dannebrog', 2000
The Eckersberg Medaille, 1999
The Architectural price of Nykredit 1988

Project experience

3XNielsen A/S 1986 – Principal Architect, selected projects:
• Stadshuis, Townhall, Nieuwegein (2005 – 2008), NL
• Middelfart Savings Bank, Middelfart (2005 – 2008), DK
• Arts and Media Faculty, University of Salford, Manchester (2005 – 2008), UK
• Museum of Liverpool (2005 –2008), UK
• Muziekgebouw, Amsterdam (2005), NL
• Deloitte Building, Copenhagen (2002 –2006), DK
• Nordhavnen high rise apartments, Copenhagen (2005 –2008) DK
• Musée des Beaux Arts, Lausanne (competition 2004) CH
• Tangen College, Kristiansand (2004 –2007), NO
• Slussen, Stockholm (competition 2004), SE, (Venice Biennale 2004)
• Ørestad College, Copenhagen (2003 –2006), DK
• Concert Hall, Danish University South (2002 –2006), DK
• Danish University South / Science Park South (2002 –2006), DK
• Faculty of Law, University of Sydney (competition 2003), AUS
• DFDS Passenger Terminal, Copenhagen (2004), DK
• Masterplan/high rise apartments, Nesselande, Rotterdam (2002 –2006), NL
• Sampension domicile, Hellerup, Copenhagen (2003), DK
• Symphonic Orchestra, Conservatory & Governm. Adm., Montreal (competition 2003), CAN
• Sammlung Brandhorst, art museum, Munich (competition-jury's selection, 2002) DE
• FIH domicile, Langelinie, Copenhagen (2002), DK
• Savings Bank 'Kronjylland' headquarters, Randers (2002), DK (Venice Biennale 2004)
• DR Concerthall, Copenhagen (competition 2002), DK (Biennale 2004)
• Royal Danish Theatre, Copenhagen (competition 2002), DK
• Town Hall Annexe 'Jægergården', Aarhus (2000), DK
• Royal Danish Embassy, Berlin (1999), DE
• House of Architects, Copenhagen (1997), DK (Venice Biennale 1998)
• Glass Museum, Ebeltoft (1995), DK
• DGI Headquarters, Vingsted (1993), DK
• Holstebro Court Building (1992), DK

 

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