Copenhagen expands the boundaries of thinking

A trip to Copenhagen is a unique opportunity to get inspired by Scandinavian design and the atmosphere of cozy Denmark. Each building visited has its own history and will forever be remembered by everyone who saw it.
Places such as The Blak Diamond by SHL Architects, Kroers Plads in Cristianshavn by COBE, 8House by BIG, as well as a visit to the Tietgen campus by Lingard & Tranberg will leave no one indifferent. A very interesting meeting with the founder of the GDS studio and a joint viewing of studio projects: VM House and The Moutain. I also remember the Silo building by the COBE project.

 The trip from Denmark to Sweden over the Oresund Bridge was unforgettable and inspiring! This bridge is 7,845 meters long and starts from the city of Malmö. Passing above sea level, it descends into an underwater tunnel under the sea and goes straight to Copenhagen.

In Sweden, we visited the Turning Torso building (Dancing by the Sea or Dancing Torso) designed by Santiago Calatrava. Very interesting was a visit to the Malmo Live complex designed by Danish studio SHL Architects. To all those who will ever visit these wonderful countries, I recommend visiting these places by all means. Contemporary architecture in Denmark and Sweden is about unusual forms and, of course, environmental friendliness. It is not only about the materials, but also about their proper use. Traditional Danish design is in vogue. Masterpieces by Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and Paul Henningsen, Furniture by Carl Hansen & Søn are all true classics of Danish design.