See and learn about
- Copenhagen: the most livable city
- award-winning sustainable projects
- the Danish way of design
Classic housing tour: from Arne Jacobsen to Mogens Lassen and we also visit villas by other Danish architects north of Copenhagen. Public Housing tour: recycling, digitization of production technologies, innovative energy and climate-friendly housing forms. Public housing: renovation, overall plans, focus on biodiversity.
You can choose between two types of visiting progammes: See examples of the latest award-winning primary schools in the Copenhagen area and meet architects and school leaders behind. Or, focus on how old schools from the 1960s and 1970s have been refurbished by skilled design studios.
Discover projects that are set for the Renovation Prize 2020. You see three different renovation projects and meet the professionals behind: Renovated school with new extension, conversion and renovation of public housing in Frederiksberg and you visit an old industrial building converted into housing in Valby.
Several new senior communities appear in Denmark. How to get a senior housing project up and running? And what do apartments and common areas look like in some of Denmark's newest senior housing communities?
How can you think in circular economy when building townhouses, for example? Meet the architects behind. Afterwards you cycle with ArkiTours to the Nordhavnen and experience Copenhagen's world-famous cycling culture - and Denmark's first DGNB gold certified flex construction.
See the best examples of climate adaptation: How to transform landscapes and urban environments into recreational spaces, which at the same time collect rainwater and direct it. And meet the professionals behind.
Learn about building climate friendly - in wood. CLT (cross laminated timber) makes it possible to build large and tall in wood. Go to Switzerland and learn about how CLT is used both for school buildings and for example for a huge warehouse, built in just one week.
The volcanic area of northern Spain is the home of RCC Architects. Mountains, open plains and dry land. On this tour you will see the Pritzker winners' uncompromising main works in the area, from cortène steel to bright colors.