|Key architects||Christian Cold
|Significant works and honors|
In 2007 the firm won the high-profile open international competition for the redevelopment of the former Carlsberg brewery site in Copenhagen, with a proposal which, in reaction to Modernist planning, relied on dense, Medieval town centres for inspiration. An emphasis on physical density and the human scale are characteristic of their work. The same trend is seen in their entry for the Søtorvet competition in Silkeborg which they won in 2010.
- Main entrance, Copenhagen Zoo, Copenhagen (1998)
- Kildeskovshallen, Gentofte, Copenhagen (2000)
- Svanemøllen auditorium building, Danish Defense Academy, Copenhagen (2000)
- 124 houses, Trekroner, Denmark (2002)
- Parish Council building, Riga, Latvia (2003)
- Emaljehaven housing, 2004
- 50+ housing, Ørestad, Copenhagen (2005)
- Carlsberg masterplan, Copenhagen (2007)
- Spinderiet, Valby, Copenhagen (2007)
- Søtorvet masterplan, Silkeborg, Denmark (2010)
- 1998 AIA Prize for Copenhagen Zoo main entrance
- 2006 Eckersberg Medal
- 2009 WAF Award (Future projects: Masterplanning category) for Carlsberg masterplan
- 2009 Nykredit Architecture Prize
- "Entasis". e-architects. Retrieved 2011-05-22.
- "A city for the people". World Architecture News. Retrieved 2010-02-18.
- "Byens Have vandt arkitektkonkurrence om Søtorvet" (in Danish). Silkeborg. Archived from the original on 2011-09-29. Retrieved 2011-05-22.
- "Our city - our urban spaces by Entasis". World Architecture Festival. Retrieved 2011-05-22.