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New ‘Valdemars Have’ residential block will reinterpret old red brick townhouses in Denmark

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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Jan 18, 2016

Danish design studio Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects won the competition to design a new residential development in Aarhus, Denmark's second largest city. The 'Valdemars Have' urban residential block will reinterpret the concept of old red brick townhouses and create a unique public urban garden. This won't be the studio's first project in Aarhus-they recently completed Dokk1, Scandinavia's largest library and the largest construction project ever built by the Municipality of Aarhus. The...




 

 

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects is always ahead of the curve when it comes to cutting-edge design. The Danish design studio recently won the competition to design a new residential development in Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city. The ‘Valdemars Have’ urban residential block will reinterpret the concept of old red brick townhouses and create a unique public urban garden. This won’t be the studio’s first project in Aarhus-they recently completed Dokk1, Scandinavia’s largest library and the largest construction project ever built by the Municipality of Aarhus.



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