and Sophus Søbye Architects
, in collaboration with MASU Planning
, Øllgaard Consulting Engineer
, Spangenberg & Madsen Consulting Engineer
, and Hausenberg
, won first prize in the invited competition to design
Kulturcenter Mariehøj. Built for the Rudersdahl municipality located in the Holte, Denmark, the 8,000-square-meter (800 meters of it newly built) cultural center will create a clear and memorable - and marketable - profile in the landscape
. The culture center
is designed to merge with the surrounding landscape, bridging the gap between the arrival area, the plaza, and the courtyard. It also creates multiple intersections and meeting points, bringing together the the center's many activities into a space where all its visitors may interact.
Images from ArchDaily.com.