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Saturday, 10 November 2007 19:00

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Based in Danemark, 3XN is owned by six partners:

Kim Herforth Nielsen, Jan Ammundsen, Bo Boje Larsen (Dep. Copenhagen). Kim Christiansen, Tommy Bruun and Michael Kruse (Dep. Aarhus).

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2011 10:36
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3XN showcase pavilion ’Learning from Nature’ PDF Print Email
Installations
Thursday, 25 June 2009 07:05

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Self-cleaning surfaces, phase changing materials and built-in sensors that generate energy from the footsteps of the visitors. The 3XN pavilion ‘Learning from Nature’ unites the most advanced technologies and intelligent materials in a preview of the innovative architectural design of tomorrow



The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art invited the Danish architecture firm 3XN to design a pavilion demonstrating cutting edge possibilities within sustainable and intelligent materials. The result is a pavilion that is built of bio composites with integrated intelligence that creates a dynamic interaction with its physical surroundings and its users.

Photographs courtesy of 3XN and photographer Adam Mørk

Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2009 14:43
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3XN - Combined Theatre and Jazz-house in Molde, Norway PDF Print Email
Performance Arts
Wednesday, 14 November 2007 00:29

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3XN wins the architecture competition for a combined Theatre and Jazz-house in Molde, Norway. Molde, at the Romsdalsfjord south of Trondheim, is renowned for its international jazz festival attracting both famous jazz-musicians and a wide audience every summer in July.


3XN has designed a building that quite literally grabs the site, Gørvellplassen. Like a paper cut, the 3XN project cuts and folds the square to let the surface of the square and the roof of the building merge. In this way, the different stages, the gallery and the café of the inside are opened up to a free flow between the interior and the exterior of the building.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 March 2010 14:29
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3XN - The Blue Planet in Copenhagen, DK PDF Print Email
Civic
Saturday, 27 February 2010 00:00

BIG_Blue_Planet_05Inspired by the shape of water in endless motion, The Blue Planet is shaped as a great whirlpool. The new Denmark’s Aquarium is situated in the borderland between the worlds of Poseidon and Zeus. The walls and roofs form a single, continuous flow and are clad in a way which emphasizes the wavy outline of the building, thereby telling a story of this union. The first and longest of the whirlpool’s arms follows the shape of the landscape and the building, moving into the land.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 10:24
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Ørestad College by Denmark based 3XN Architects PDF Print Email
Academic
Sunday, 07 October 2007 02:15

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We are glad to feature this dynamic new project by  Architects 3XN  Architects. The Ørestad College is the latest ‘gymnasium’ (college or upper secondary school) in Copenhagen, built in the Danish capital’s development area; Ørestad.


The Ørestad College will be the first in Denmark to fulfil new educational visions regarding subjects, organisation and teaching systems.

Communication, interaction and synergy has been key issues. The project displays a visionary interpretation of openness and flexibility regarding team sizes, varying from the individual over groups to classes and assemblies, and reflects international tendencies aiming at achieving a more dynamic and life-like studying environment and introducing IT as a main tool. The intention is also to enforce the students’ abilities gradually to take responsibility for own learning, being able to work in teams as well as working individually.

 

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 December 2009 13:21
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3XN - Middelfart Savings Bank in Middelfart, Denmark PDF Print Email
Offices
Tuesday, 24 May 2011 19:00
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We are re-issuing an article we posted back last year about this project by 3XN that just won the 2011 Royal Institute of British Architect’s (RIBA) European Award. 3XN sent us for that occasion some new photographs that we added to our original article.

Middlefart is a small Danish town on the island of Fyn. Middelfart Savings Bank had high ambitions for its recently inaugurated head office. The building needed to ensure a perfect environment for the employees, while positively stressing demands for high architectural quality in the future development along the neighbouring harbour front.

3XN’s design is characterized by a large roof that covers all functions in the building. The roof is a large elegant wooden structure with 83 prism like skylights.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 May 2011 07:48
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3XN - Deloitte Headquarters in Copenhagen PDF Print Email
Offices
Friday, 04 April 2008 01:54

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The Deloitte Headquarters is Denmark’s largest open office building. Designed by 3XN, it is situated opposite the recreational area of Stadsgraven waters by Langebro, close to city, Ørestad and the Metro.


A common urban masterplan controls three buildings, of which Deloitte is the largest. They present themselves as solitary volumes on the edge between land and water.






Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2009 14:43
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3XN’s Bella Sky in Copenhagen, DK nears completion PDF Print Email
New Projects
Thursday, 12 May 2011 07:11

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3XN has just sent us some new photographs and information on the soon to be completed hotel and conference center. Designed by the Danish firm, it is first step of the long-anticipated extension of the Bella Center; Copenhagen’s famous Congress Center. The upgrade of Bella Center intends to add an urban feeling to the place, and the extension should benefit from Bella Center’s perfect location: Situated between the old city core and Orestad; Copenhagen’s growth center, Bella Center is connected to two important worlds of activities, and furthermore it’s close to the Metro as well as the Copenhagen Airport.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 16:32
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3XN’s National Concert Hall in Dublin PDF Print Email
New Projects
Monday, 28 February 2011 13:34

3XNs proposal for the Dublin National Concert Hall is a sculptural showcase which creates a magnificent new home for music, while also providing a framework for the historical context upon which the new concert hall sits.

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The new building provides a zone where the urban and park settings come together expressing their own symphony in addition to the music coming from within.

Dublin National Concert Hall is composed of three sculptural volumes, each of which contains its own unique Concert Hall. The three Halls are linked at the Grand Entrance through the historic Butler building and via a plinth; with the organic foyer promoting flow and social interaction between the three Halls.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 10:25
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