CORNELIUS + VÖGE APS
atelier for arkitektur
Hedegade 1
DK-4000 Roskilde
e: atelier@corneliusvoge.dk
t: +45 2290 0695

Member of Danske Ark
Børsen Gazelle 2013 og 2014

Nykredits Motivationspris
Odense Municipality Architectural Award
Roskilde Municipality Architectural award
Odinprisen
Danish Arts Foundation 3-year grant
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PREQUALIFIED FOR WATER CULTURAL CENTRE PAPIRØEN
04-04-2017

Together with Kengo Kuma & Associates and Søren Jensen engineers we are happy to be prequalified for the competition to design the upcoming water cultural centre and public harbor bath on Papirøen in Copenhagen. Papirøen is located in the heart of the harbor, close to the Royal Danish Playhouse, the Copenhagen Opera and Amalienborg Royal Castle. The area has in a short time successfully been transformed from a paper storage facility into an informal and popular temporary urban space for both tourists and Copenhageners.We look forward to continue this positive development and design a building in close connection with water and land.



NEW ADDRESS
01-02-2017

The office is  moved into a new location close to the historic city centre and cathedral of Roskilde. We are now placed in an old Iron Foundry in the historic industrial buildings of Maglekilde in Hedegade 1, Roskilde.




LIVSRUM / MAGGIE CENTRES DK
14-12-2016

Among 3 architectural studios CORNELIUS + VÖGE have prequalified for the LIVSRUM competition in Herlev, Copenhagen. The initiative is directed by The Cancer Society and Realdania, who are building new cancer counselling centers close to hospitals across Denmark. The centers are based upon the concept of healing architecture, and are strongly inspired by the acclaimed Maggie’s centers in the UK, named after founder Maggie Jencks.

The ambition is to create an welcoming home, providing room for life. The building is to provide security and homeliness, whilst maintaining an openness and presence to the users. We are qualified together with contractor Svaneeng and Aksel V. Jensen Engineering.





OPEN POSITIONS FOR SKILLED CONSTRUCTING ARCHITECTS
08-12-2016





SHORTLISTED TYNDPLADEGRUPPENS ARKITEKTURPRIS 2016
28-10-2016

We are so proud to announce that The North Atlantic House has been shortlisted for Tyndpladegruppens Arkitekturpris 2016. The prize awards high quality architectural use of metal in built projects in Denmark in the years 2013-2016.

Previously The North Atlantic House have received Odense Municipality Architectural Award, Odinprisen for beautiful buildings in Odense and it was selected second in the LEAF Award for best mixed-use Building in Europe in 2014.

Cornelius+Vöge is nominated alongside NORD Architects, Cobe, Effekt and Erik Van Egeraat and the winner will be announced on the 10th of November.






WINNER OF HALD
16-09-2016

Together with ERIK BRANDT DAM Arkitekter, landscape architect Charlotte Skibssted, MOE and Prof. Martin Zerlang, we have won the ambitious competition in Hald near Viborg.  In a 2 phase competition our project was chosen to be the best among the 5 proposals. The story of five generations of castles and manor houses at Hald Lake in Viborg - De fem Hald'er - will tell the history of Denmark from the Middle Ages to today covering 800 years of History including the period of Hald being the powerfull centre of the Reformation in Denmark. The project has a budget of 37 mio. kr. and is planned to open in 2019.  Read more here.

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SHORTLISTED
15-09-2016

Among 23 teams CORNELIUS + VÖGE have been shortlisted for the competition for a new parish centre in Hillerød close to the historic city centre. Together with landscape architects MASU Planning and engineer Eduard Troelsgård, we are among the 3 teams shortlisted. The other teams in the competition include Cubo and Entasis. The project has a budget of  17 mio. kr.  and is planned to open in 2020. 





CARE HOMES AND REHABILITATION CENTRE AWARDED 2nd PRIZE
20-06-2016

Our project for a ‘dementia village’ of care homes and a rehabilitation center in Hyrdehøj, was selected as a joint winner of the first stage of the competition. In the final second phase, we were in a close race with Cubo Architects, who eventually won the 200 million DKK project. Our project focused strongly on the inhabitants, and atmosphere of the home. We designed a small village, with 110 housing units surrounded by protected gardens, small squares, and safe looping paths, which connected users to a variety of common facilities. Our proposal focused strongly on the residents well-being and emphasized homeliness - providing new homes  with  recognizable elements such as enclosed gardens, familiar roof expressions, terraces, kitchen gardens and rooms where one’s personal belongings can be displayed.

Our project was produced in a team with Nova 5, Midtconsult Engineers and Vega Landscape.  Other teams in the competition were Cubo Architects, Arkitema, Vandkunsten and Rubow.  





APPOINTED JURY MEMBER
13-06-2016

The winners of the Archizinc Awards were announced last week in Paris. 10 architects from all over the world were appointed jury members selected for their innovative use of zinc in architecture. Dan Cornelius was appointed as the only Scandinavian architect because of the use of zinc in The North Atlantic House. The Awards distinguishes international architects and their best projects submitted, based on architectural quality and originality of project, innovation in the use of zinc material, elegance, functionality and respect for the environment. Among 152 entries, 7 winning projects were announced, a.o.Fransisco Mangado Arquitectos from Spain and Jung Architectures from France.




HOUSE OF CULTURE AND SPORTS IN JYLLINGE GETS FULL FUNDING
25-05-2016

The design for the new House of Sports and Culture in Jyllinge has now been revealed. Cornelius +  Vöge was contacted by the client back in 2014 after the existing sports complex burnt down in a tragic fire. Now the new design has been revealed with a full funding from AP Møller Fonden, Roskilde Municipality and insurance. The new building is a complete makeover of the old complex integrating new buildings and the remaining pieces in a new architectural expression inspired by the fishermen´s nets and stakes from the village life near Roskilde Fjord. The design is a tribute to the joined forces of the city residents who in the seventies  made the largest town festival in the country (The Eel fesivals) in order to raise money for the building of the previous sports complex.

The masterplan also include a public activity park, a festival square, future extensions and a new library. The detailing phase and tender is completed and the building will break ground in August 2016 with a total budget of 60 mio. DKK.





WINNER OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN MUSEUM
03-04-2016

Together with Kengo Kuma, Masu Planning and engineers Eduard Troelsgård we have won the invited prestigeous competition for a new Hans Christian Andersen museum - House of Fairytales. In a 2 phase competition our project was chosen to be the best among the 5 competitors including BIG / SLA and Snöhetta  / Holscher Nordberg, Entasis and Barozzi Viega. " The proposal has a unique quality that captures the spirit of both Hans Christian Andersen and Odense, has striking international calibre and is locally embedded at the same time. It is a project that I can only imagine taking place here in Odense. But at the same time, it points far beyond anything local or national. It is internationally “Odensean” says mayor Anker Boye. The museum includes 5700 m2 building space and 9000 m2 public garden space. Read more here






SHORTLISTED FOR THE HALD COMPETITION
08-02-2016

In a team with Architect Erik Brandt Dam, landscape architect Charlotte Skibssted and Prof. Martin Zerlang, we have been shortlisted for the ambitious competition in Hald near Viborg. 

The story of five generations of castles and manor houses in Viborg - De fem Hald'er - can tell the history of Denmark from the Middle Ages to today covering 800 years of History including the period of Hald being the powerfull centre of the Reformation in Denmark. 

The competition seeks  convincing proposals as to how architectural storytelling of the historic traces can be made explicit in interaction with the landscape so it will integrate and appeal strongly to a broad contemporary audience. The project has a budget of 37 mio. kr.  Read more here. 





C+V IN NORDIC
01-02-2016

C+V has 3 projects included in the new book from ArchipressM. The book "A New Golden Age - Nordic Architecture and Landscape" focuses on the importance of light and on the relation to traditions in Nordic architecture. A kaleidoscopic survey of brand new Nordic architecture and surrounding landscapes, characterized by Nordic light, the vast blue sea, white winters, green nature and urban spaces.

It is based on Marianne Ibler''s interviews with 27 leading Nordic architectural and design offices. Includes critical essays written by Walter Hood, Kim Dirckinck-Holmfeld and Francesco Ranocchi. Buy book here.






NEW COMPETITIONS (2)
26-11-2015

We are qualified to another set of really interesting new competitions:

Nursing Homes in Roskilde - 2 phase competition for around 100 new nursing homes in Roskilde. The team includes Nova 5 (lead consultant), Midtconsult and Vega.

Fanø Bad - Renewal of the historic area of Fanø Bad in a team together with Erik Brandt Dam.




NEW COMPETITIONS
02-11-2015

We are qualified to some really exciting new competitions:

Day Care Centre in Skovlunde - a 2500 sqm. daycare centre located in Skovlunde. The team includes Cornelius + Vöge (lead consultant), Stokvad ing., Masu Planning and Anna Zieler together with Marie Abel Hesse as educational consultants. 

Ny Østergade Roskilde - 2 phase planning competition for 100.000 sqm of mixed use in a team together with Nord Architects (lead consultants), Grontmij, GHB and Blue Bakery and Rendbæk Consulting.
 
Coastal Protection Roskilde Fjord - projects regarding flood protection in the lower areas of Jyllinge and around Roskilde Harbour in a team together with Rambøll as lead consultant.




HATLEHOL MOVIE
01-10-2015


We have produced a short movie for the presentation of the Hatlehol project for the public in the Ålesund region in Norway. A low key and slow tv production with a focus on the users, the site and the nature of the west coast of Norway. 




HCA - HOUSE OF FAIRYTALES COMPETITION
01-09-2015

In a team with the acclaimed Tokyo-based architect Kengo Kuma and Associates, we have been qualified for the ambitious competition for a new H. C. Andersen visitors centre in Odense. Kengo Kuma is the lead consultant of our team which also includes MASU planning and Eduard Troelsgård. Other participants in the competition are teams led by BIG, Entasis, Barozzi Veiga and Snøhetta. We are really proud of being a part of this project and look forward to the most exciting design proces the next few months. 




C+V IN ATLAS OF EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE
07-08-2015

The book from Braun Publishing AG on the status of European Architecture features Cornelius + Vöge. The volume presents European architecture in all its multitude – from private residences via residential and office complexes up to cultural, educational, research, and religious institutions, and infrastructure projects. Unexpected materials and modern designs are presented along with new interpretations of centuries-old building traditions, while modern building methods focus on highly topical themes such as sustainability, re-use, and recycling methods. By copy here.




AWARDED NYKREDIT MOTIVATIONSPRIS 2015
27-05-2015

Nanna Vöge and Dan Cornelius receives Nykredits Motivationspris 2015. The chairman of the price committee, Dorte Mandrup, tells in the official announcement that Cornelius + Vöge puts a special imprint on everyday architecture, when interpreting and renewing the typology of family living, creating fine and human environments with personal expressions. The Price Committee also highlights the North Atlantic House  where Cornelius + Vöge shows good understanding of using  Nordic modernism to create a unifying building for many diverse functions.

Nykredits Motivationspris is awarded to talented young architects who have attracted attention in the public and among other architects and colleagues. Read more here.





1ST PRIZE - VETERANS HOME ODENSE
20-05-2015

Together with Isager arkitekter we have won the invited competition for the first new veterans home in Denmark. While the few other veterans homes in DK is established in existing buildings, the veterans home in Odense will be a new building. The home will serve as a temporary home for traumatized veterans who for a period need absolute quiet and privacy to deal with life. At the same time veteran home will be a natural gathering place for veterans and their families. The building is scheduled to open in 2016.

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NEW COMPETITIONS
10-04-2015

Our team with Cornelius + Vöge as lead consultant has been qualified  to the competition for a new church located in Trekroner, Roskilde. The team consists of Cornelius + Vöge (lead consultant), E. Troelsgaard rådg. ing., landscape architects Marianne Levinsen and Jordan Akustik as acoustic consultant. The church wil be located centrally in Trekroner with a size of approx. 800 m2. The building costs is estimated to 24 mill. DKK excl. VAT. and the design phase is planned to start up during 2015. Read more here.

Together with Isager Architects we are also working on an invited competition for a new Veterans Home in Odense. The project will be located next to the preserved old soldiers home Dannevirke in Odense. The projects includes 6-10 housing units and new assembly facilities. A winner is expected to be revealed before summer.




1ST PRIZE IN VIBY
14-01-2015

Our proposal  for a new development in Viby Sjælland, "Landsbyskabet" made in cooperation with MASU Planning has won a shared 1st prize. The proposal introduces an urban link connecting to the existing city centre, 700 new housing units in 4 different  quarters and a large common, green, rural setting with implemented rainwater solutions and active leisure and sports facilities for the entire city. The project has a strong focus on making a robust and sustainable plan with many different typologies of housing making it an open and liveable new development in close contact to nature and attractive to new investors. Read more here.




HATLEHOL PUBLISHED
05-01-2015

The Hatlehol project has been published in the December edition of Korean architecture magazine ANC. The edition shows built religious buildings from all over the world. Only 2 non-built projects are included. Hatlehol Church and Cultural Centre being one of them. This detail design of Hatlehol is now submitted, the building permit ready and the project is now waiting for the final financial approval from the municipality in Ålesund to start up constructions. 



BYENS HUS ROSKILDE
05-11-2014

During 2014 we have been working with transformation of the old city hall of Roskilde into a new community building including exhibition areas, tourist information, café,  students facilities for Roskilde University and cultural facilities for small concerts, lectures, political discussions etc. The work is in an early stage focusing on building up a stakeholdership and reorganizing the facilities including intoduction of some new architectural elements. The old city hall is placed on Stændertorvet, the central square of Roskilde, close to the cathedral. It includes 2 very characteristic old buildings - the old city hall with an integrated old church tower and the old Duebrødre Hospital by Danish architect Johan D. Herholdt. First steps of rebuilding will take place in 2015.




GAZELLE 2014
30-10-2014

Again this year CORNELIUS + VÖGE has been appointed as a Gazelle company by the Danish newspaper Børsen. As a Gazelle company, we are among the fraction of Danish companies that meet the high-growth requirements of the Gazelle criteria. The appointment reflects a strong growth and positive development within the past 4 years. In 2013 the office was also appointed Gazelle.



CLIMATE PROOFING ROSKILDE FJORD
01-10-2014

We have been commisioned to work on 2 climate proofing projects in Roskilde. The projects include Roskilde harbour area including harbour promenade and coastline walls and pathways connected to Fjordstien - the public pedestrian route along Roskilde Fjord. Several parts of Roskilde harbour and settlements along Roskilde Fjord where hit by the flood in December 2013 putting climate and water proofing projects high on the agenda in Roskilde Municipality.




SHORTLISTED FOR A LEAF AWARD
05-08-2014

The North Atlantic House in Odense are among the nominees for the Emirates Glass LEAF Awards 2014. The building is nominated in the category for best Mixed-use building of the year. Emirates Glass LEAF Award is an international architectural prize  for innovative architecture and design. All the projects shortlisted demonstrate buildings that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural and design community. The jury members are leading architects from Europe and the prize is awarded by the Leading European Architects Forum (LEAF). 

The award winners of the 12 categories will be announced at an arrangement in Dusseldorf d. 10 October. Earlier this year, The North Atlantic House received Odense Municipality Architectural Prize and The Odin Prize in Odense. More information here.




DAYCARE CENTRE VINDINGE OPENS
01-07-2014

Our extension to the day care centre in Vindinge is now open. A simple elegant structure in black wood embracing the existing buildings and fitting into the green surroundings of Vindinge. Its a building that creates small intimate settings and spaces inside and outside even though the institution is now among the largest in Roskilde Municipality. More to come soon.




ROYAL VISIT
20-06-2014

This week the royal couple visited the North Atlantic House as part of their official visit to Odense.  Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince Consort was received in front of the North Atlantic House by President of the North Atlantic House, Steen Møller and Director Kirsten Maersk, and the couple enjoyed a tour a inside the house to see the architecture and Faroese painter Edward Fuglø´s wall painting in the conference room.  




CORNELIUS + VÖGE IN ARKITEKTEN
10-06-2014

This month´s issue of the Danish Architectural Magazine Arkitekten, is  focusing on New Danish Architecture. In the issue Nanna and Dan have been interviewed by editor Martin Keiding and the office is portrayed including pictures and drawings of selected projects (Hatlehol Church, North Atlantic House among others). 




HESTETORVET BRICK BUILDING
19-05-2014

We have now revealed some photos of our small but very characteristic brick building on Hestetorvet in Roskilde next to Roskilde Central Station. The building has a elliptical brick screen around a prefabricated unit. All bricks are laid in the same direction from an old church wall leading up to the station in a special brick pattern. The experience of light, shadow, surface and shape is constantly changing during the day when passing the building.




AWARDED AGAIN - ODENSE MUNICIPALITY ARCHITECTURAL AWARD
11-04-2014

This week The North Atlantic House in Odense received this years architectural award of Odense Municipality together with 2 other buildings. 

The Comité described the building as "a structure of several houses that form a vibrant community.  North Atlantic House is a beautiful gesture to the city. As to the building composition , the house is convincing in relation to its immediate surroundings, with which it has created new spaces and framed views of the harbor. In the larger scale , the house is a sign , an icon and a playful tale of the North Atlantic countries that enrich and develop the harbours diversity. Its activities and materials of dark zinc, driftwood, glass, concrete , fish skins and wood, evokes a rare sense of familiarity and recognition from the first time you visit the building. With  The North Atlantic House, the harbour now has a democratic house, an architectural attraction and also a role model for the continued development of the harbour areas".




NORTH ATLANTIC HOUSE RECEIVES AWARD
04-04-2014

The North Atlantic House in Odense has been selected to receive the award of Odinprisen 2014 as the only new building this year. Odinprisen was established by Byforeningen in Odense and it is given to a building which has demonstrated initiative, enterprise, commitment and sense of quality 

The North Atlantic House is awarded because it presents new opportunities for both the North Atlantic citizens and the citizents of Odense. It serves as a cultural cooperation and generator. A meeting place where people from the North Atlantic countries can assemble at a public and professional level. Since it is a building with many qualities, Byforeningen decided to award North Atlantic House with Odinprisen. Read more here.




WINNER OF SCHOOL REUSE COMPETITION
16-01-2014

Lokale og Anlægsfonden LOA (The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sport Facilities) have announced the selection of CORNELIUS + VÖGE and EBD Architects as one of the three winners of the competition for the reuse and transformation of closed school buildings.
 
The proposal focus on a poetic and minimalistic approach to the school facilities transforming the building into a new community centre with assembly spaces, kindergarten, sports facilities and spaces for the youth.  Existing building elements and facilities are being reused and transformed to new uses and new elements added in a close dialogue with the users. Among other things a new assembly hall is created by taking out one storey, leaving the old school doors as shutters inside the new space. At another place in the building the demolition of an existing building leaves ruin-like walls for parkour and playground on the outside. The project is planned for realization during 2014.




NORTH ATLANTIC INTERIOR
15-01-2014

In collaboration with the renowned Danish lightning company Le Klint, C+V has been responsible for the interior design and lightning concept of the North Atlantic House in Odense. Together with Le Klint we have designed and developed a unique lamp for the North Atlantic HouseFloes is the name of a series of lights - designed and shaped like ice floes with light in. Floes is created with inspiration from light passing through ice as a lamp for walls and hanging from the ceiling in random patterns like ice floes on a sea. A lamp with a clear reference to North Atlantic countries - to Greenland and the Arctic Ocean. Read more about Floes here.
 

I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf
I samarbejde med arkitektfirmaet Cornelius+Vöge har LE KLINT stået for den del af indretningen som har med belysning at gøre. Overalt i bygningen møder man LE KLINT lamper, både som en del af den professionelle lyssætning samt som en del af udsmykningen af den smukke bygning.
 
I sidstnævnte kategori finder man et helt specielt lysdesign, udviklet som unika lamper til Nordatlantisk Hus i Odense.
 
FLOES er navnet på en række lamper – designet og formet som isflager med lys i. Helt i tråd med husets nordatlantiske udgangspunkt.
 

Inspiration - Lys gennem isflager

FLOES lampen er skabt ud fra lysets gengivelse gennem is, samt en lampe som hænger i loftet i tilfældige mønstre som isflager på et hav. En lampe med tæt billedsproglig kontakt til de nordatlantiske lande - til Grønland og ishavet.
 
FLOES er tegnet af arkikterne hos Cornelius+Vöge og færdigudviklet samt fremstillet af LE KLINT.
- See more at: http://www.leklint.dk/da-DK/Nyheder/Nordatlantisk-Hus-paa-Odense-Havn.aspx?Action=1&M=NewsV2&PID=741#sthash.eJ4h5UAg.dpuf




MERRY X-MAS
20-12-2013

We wish all clients, business partners and colleagues a merry christmas and a happy new year. We look forward to 2014 continuing our work with Hatlehol Church and building the day care centre on Frederikssundsvej.




NORTH ATLANTIC HOUSE OPENS
08-11-2013

The North Atlantic House  opens to the public in November. Photographer Adam Mørk has been to the site doing some early photo shots of the building before the official opening November 9th. The Cultural building will represent and exhibit the three North Atlantic countries Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland in Denmark. The building has an area of 3800 m2 and will include exhibition areas, conference rooms, restaurant, library and student housing.

The project derives from a deep understanding of the 3 North Atlantic countries’ culture and identity. The building is designed as a village standing on pillars in an open landscape. By connecting the exterior and interior – the landscape creates an open and inviting ground floor with various multi purpose spaces. Through the architectural expression and framework the house serves as a generator for the community of the North Atlantic countries. The building reflects North Atlantic materials like concrete, wood, black zinc, driftwood and catfish skin. 





GAZELLE 2013
01-10-2013

CORNELIUS + VÖGE has been appointed as a Gazelle company by the Danish newspaper Børsen. As a Gazelle company, we are among the fraction of Danish companies that meet the high-growth requirements of the Gazelle criteria. The appointment reflects a strong growth and positive development within the past 4 years. An increased focus on public buildings in the Nordic countries has led to a development with four years of positive accounts, while our revenue has increased by 400% in the same period. 
 




NEW PREQUALIFICATIONS
03-07-2013

We are prequalified for some new and very interesting competitions:

Conversion of Östra Nöbbelövs church in Simrishamn, Sweden. The competition focus on new use of an existing church building from the 18th century. Other participants are a wide range of nordic architects;  Johan Celsing (SE), Fogh & Følner (DK), E+N (DK), Rønnow (DK), VMB (DK), Hirvilammi (FI) and Sanaksenaho (FI).

Transformation of school buildings: Together with architect Erik Brandt Dam, we have been selected to participate in the invited competition about transformation of 5 closed school buildings in the outer regions of Denmark. The competition is organized by Lokale- og Anlægsfonden as an open process where up to 3 projects will be realized. Read more here

 





SHORTLISTED FOR RENOVERPRISEN 2013
18-06-2013

Our first pulbic building, Poplen in Jyllinge, have just been shortlisted for Renoverprisen 2013 - The prize for the best Renovation Projekt i Denmark this year arranged by GI, Realdania and DAC. Among more than 100 contributions, six buildings have been selected to participate in the final vote and Poplen is one of them. A jury of 75 people from the building industry will choose the winner and make a public announcement by the 5th of September. Further information here and youtube video here

 

 





HEALTH ASSISTANCE CENTER FINISHED
01-06-2013

Our largest building so far are about to be finished this spring. The new building is 750 m2 including office areas and storage. It is connected to the existing building including service centre for health aid and technical facilities which has been renovated in the same process. The building is designed for Roskilde Municipality in collaboration with engineers Moe & Brødsgaard.





COLLECTING DRIFTWOOD IN ICELAND
30-05-2013

Most of the office has just been to Isafjord i North Iceland to visit Petur whos is collecting driftwood from the shores. The driftwood will be used for the facades and interior of the goundfloor of the North Atlantic House. At the trip we focused on how to cut and use the wood so it will make the rigth subtile appearance in the building. The driftwood will tell the story of how the North Atlantic islands got their building materials for centuries in cclimatic onditions where trees don´t grow. The trip were supported by the Danish Arts Foundation.





CORNELIUS + VÖGE SELECTED AS WINNER
10-04-2013

A team with CORNELIUS + VÖGE, Lyngkilde and Masu Planning has been selected as winner of  the tender for a new daycare centre of approx. 1400 m2 on Frederikssundvej in Copenhagen. Our proposal was strongly emphasizing the possibilites of the site and the neighborhood, with a clear focus on cradle to cradle elements in the built environment and in the activities taking place in the institution. The client selected this apporach to be the best among the 5 competing tenders. Programming and designing starts in april and the construc-tion starts in December 2013 with a planned opening late 2014.

 





HATLEHOL TO BE REALIZED
08-03-2013

In December 2012 the Municipality of Ålesund decided to finance the building of the Hatlehol Church project. The Detail design starts now with CORNELIUS + VÖGE as lead consultant. The building will open for the public in 2016 as the first Cradle to Cradle inspired building in Norway. Together with David Goehring and Silentgreen we have developed strategies and tools with the ambition of making the building a front runner in the use of Cradle to Cradle in Scandinavia.

 





MOCK-UP NORTH ATLANTIC HOUSE
15-02-2013

Now the mock-up for the black zinc facades on the North Atlantic House is up. The specialdesigned bended metal facades are inspired by the random vertical structure of traditional wooden houses from the North Atlantic countries where buildings were made of wood drifting to the shores. In the North Atlantic House sawcut driftwood from Iceland are used in the public open groundfloor both inside and outside. The building will open October 2013.





PREQUALIFIED - DAYCARE CENTRE CPH
23-01-2013

A team of Lyngkilde engineers, landscape architects MASU Planning and CORNELIUS + VÖGE as lead consultant, have been prequalified to submit  at tender for a new day care institution in Frederikssundsvej 257 in Brønshøj, Copenhagen. Other participants in the tender are Cebra, Vandkunsten, Nøhr & Sigsgaard og Primus arkitekter.

 





MERRY X-MAS / HAPPY NEW YEAR
19-12-2012

We wish all clients, business partners and colleagues a merry christmas and a happy new year. The office will be closed from the 21st of December untill the 2nd of January. We look forward to 2013 when House of the North Atlantic in Odense will open, our kindergarten in Lynge will open and we will start doing detail project of Hatlehol Church in Norway.

 





POPLEN PUBLISHED
23-10-2012

Our first public building has just been published by various sites and blogs. Both Dezeen and Archdaily made it front news on their news site. The building will appear in the Swedish magazine Rum in their December issue and another Swedish architecture and design magazine Form will write a piece on it in their next issue. German publisher Gestalten is realeasing the book, "Northern Delights" including photos of Poplen. Furthermore, Korean magazine Details will make a full publication of the project in their 31st issue in December.



YOUTH CENTRE FINISHED
22-10-2012

Our first public building is just finished. The project is a conversion and extension of an existing building. The main approach is to make a new interpretation of the red barn buildings and fishermen cabins of the old part of the village where the building is located. The extension to the old building starts where the building takes a turn making a more intimate feeling surrounding the outdoor play areas.

The building is located between an old village and a seventies development, so in order to underline a regional identity to the building it was coloured all red. The red colour follows the tradition of the old fishermen cabins of the village. The roof has the same colour as the facades to make the shape of the building more precise and simple underlining the basic shape of the building.

The building is renovated into a low energy building, covered with new facade materials and reorganized into a more open, playful and modern building. New covered areas, balconies and stairs integrates more intimate corners and living areas both outside and inside. See more photographs here.



FROM DUST TO DUST...
23-06-2012

CORNELIUS + VÖGE have just received funds form The Danish Art Foundation under the programme of "visiting architects", in order to make a collabaration with American architect  David Goehring.

David Goehring is a former innovation manager of RAU in Amsterdam, and have worked closely with Michael McDonough (founder of cradle to cradle together with Michael Braungart). Together with David we will develop some tools and strategies to the design development of Hatlehol Church in Norway.

The aim is to strengthen the know-how of CORNELIUS + VÖGE on integrating the Cradle to Cradle philosophy into an architectural design process of an actual building.  The aim is to establish a realistic but still ambitious cradle to cradle strategy, that could be included in the future budget for the project.



PURCHASE IN KLAKSVIK
06-06-2012

CORNELIUS + VÖGE has won a purchase in a competition for developing a 150,000 sqm area in the second-largest city in the Faroe Islands, Klaksvík. The area will comprise a cultural house, a museum, residences, offices and shops. 154 competition proposals were submitted in the open, international competition.



HATLEHOL - VISIT SLATE QUARRY
28-04-2012

CORNELIUS + VÖGE is currently working on the initial design of a project for Hatlehol Church in Ålesund, Norway. The project was won in an international open competition in 2009 in front of 123 competitiors.

In April we went to see the slate quarry in Opdall very close to our site, in order to se how the wall and roof stones for Hatlehol could be produced. There was a lot of investiagtions into optimizing the use of the material and avoiding waste. The Slate production and material is an important cornerstone in our cradle to cradle strategy for Hatlehol, and we want to make sure that we use the material right.

We have  been working on the conceptual design of the project and will continue the project development untill mid 2012.  Detail design is planned to start up next year, and the building is planned to be inaugurated in 2016.



WINNING COMPETITION - THE NORTH ATLANTIC HOUSE
08-02-2012

A team of young Danish architects CORNELIUS + VÖGE and ISAGER architects together with contractor Hans Jørgensen og Søn, Grontmij and Masu Planning, have been selected winner of the cultural building House of The North Atlantic. The Building will represent and exhibit the 3 North Atlantic countries Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland in Denmark. The building has an area of 3800 m2 and will include exhibition areas, conference rooms, restaurant, library and student housing.

The focal point of the competition has been to make House of the North Atlantic a strong architectural state-ment that expresses the culture and identity of the 3 Nordic countries.

The building is made as a small assembly of separate houses of different shapes and heights. The houses are on pillars standing on an organic landscape plateau of sitting areas, stairs, shelves and terraces. The ground floor is open and transparent making all the public facilities visible from the harbour side. The houses have a clear reference to the black wooden buildings of the Nordic countries and the landscape plateau is related to the dramatic landscapes of the North Atlantic islands. The materials are telling the same story as the archi-tecture; Black metal, concrete with stones from Greenland and driftwood from Iceland.



PUBLISHED
01-01-2012

Latest publications with some of the works of CORNELIUS + VÖGE:

50 awarded architecture"
- Villa Petersen and Villa Marstrand Wadt, LST publishing House (ch)
"New single family houses by Nordic Architects"
- Villa Petersen and Villa Marstrand Wadt,  Arkitektens Forlag (dk)
"Concursos / Competitions"
- Byens Ø and Hatlehol Church, Monsa Publications (es)
"Nyt liv i parcelhuset"
- Villa Marstrand Wadt, Forlaget Sommer & Baadsgaard (dk)
"Bo Bedre nr. 5, 2011" - Villa of the year - Villa Marstrand Wadt
"Arkitektur DK, nr. 3, 2010"
- Villa Petersen and Villa Marstrand Wadt, Arkitektens Forlag (dk)