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‘Denmark’s most beautiful climate adaptation solution’‘Denmark’s most beautiful climate adaptation solution’Project

‘Denmark’s most beautiful climate adaptation solution’

13.11.2014

GPA has been selected as one of the winners in the first phase of the design competition for ‘Denmark’s most beautiful climate adaptation solution’ in Middelfart on the island of Fyn. Our proposal, devised in cooperation with SNE Architects, 2+1 Idébureau, Via Trafik and the consultants Jan Støvring and Anna Lund, was praised for its pragmatic SUDS solutions and its appreciation of Middelfart’s existing qualities.

Carlsberg Station: Construction is underwayCarlsberg Station: Construction is underwayProject

Carlsberg Station: Construction is underway

15.10.2014

The Construction Work on the new Carlsberg Station is well underway. Gottlieb Paludan Architects is behind the design of the new station, which is part of the development plan for the new Copenhagen quarter, Carlsberg City.

GPA designs ground-breaking water houseGPA designs ground-breaking water houseProject

GPA designs ground-breaking water house

20.05.2014

The utility company, Energiforsyningen, in the coastal town of Køge southwest of Copenhagen has decided to create a future-proof water house which will combine the production of clean drinking water with research, learning and play with water. Following a project competition, the members of the consultancy team have been nominated: Krüger will be the full-service adviser, while Gottlieb Paludan Architects and EKJ Rådgivende Ingeniører will be the sub-consultants in charge of planning and producing the preliminary drawings for the project.

Danish-Dutch brick architecture wins in DelftDanish-Dutch brick architecture wins in DelftProject

Danish-Dutch brick architecture wins in Delft

14.04.2014

The competition to design a new archive building for the Dutch city of Delft was won by a joint proposal by Gottlieb Paludan Architects (DK) and Wingender Hovenier Architecten (NL). The building houses archive collections, a café, public study rooms and offices for the employees of the archive and its partners.