THEME: Architecture in the big cities
The biggest cities in Denmark are often singled out internationally as some of the most worthwhile tourist destinations worldwide.
This theme page takes you on a virtual trip to look at architecture in Copenhagen, and in Denmark’s second-largest city Aarhus.
Discover Copenhagen - number one among the world’s great cities
An extremely high culinary standard and a special ability to exploit the architectural contrasts between old and new have pushed Copenhagen right to the top of Lonely Planet’s list of cities to visit in 2019. Learn more about the Danish capital in the new online feature from Troldtekt here. More about the title and the city >
Revival of classic architecture in Copenhagen
Stand-out buildings in the urban landscape are a thing of the past. The architecture of the new buildings springing up in Copenhagen’s new urban districts along the harbourfront has to match the surroundings. Read the two interviews >
The architecture unfolds on Aarhus Ø
Troldtekt theme takes you on a tour to the Aarhus Docklands. Read interview with urban developer Rune Kilden about the development of a new urban district.
Architecture biennale with ambitions to grow
Troldtekt interview with Jørgen Bach, chairman of The Architecture Project. Read more about the ambitions for architecture biennale Rising Architecture Week here.
Troldtekt card house at the Rising Architecture Week
Rising Architecture Week presents architectural events in Aarhus 2017 – European Capital of Culture. In the creative environment at the former railway freight yard Godsbanen, the German architects’ collective Raumlabor sets the scene with an impressive Troldtekt installation.