Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects

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Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects
Practice information
Key architectsSøren Daubjerg, Thomas Scheel, Torsten Stephensen, Thomas West Jensen
Founded1922
LocationCopenhagen
Significant works and honors
BuildingsDR Byen

Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects (VLA) is an architectural firm based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was founded by Vilhelm Lauritzen, who headed the firm from its foundation in 1922 until 1969.[1]

Recent projects[edit]

Completed[edit]

  • Daells Varehus, Copenhagen (1933)
  • Radiohuset, Frederiksberg (1936)
  • Folkets Hus, Copenhagen (1953 )
  • TV-Byen, Gladsaxe (1964)
  • Terminal 3, Copenhagen Airport, Copenhagen (1995)
  • DR Byen, Ørestad, Copenhagen (2001)
  • Waterfront Shopping, Hellerup (2007)
  • Stævnen, Ørestad, Copenhagen (2009)
  • Fælledklubhuset, Copenhagen (2011)
  • Krøyers Plads, Copenhagen (2016)

In progress[edit]

  • TV-SYD, Kolding, Denmark[2]
  • Niels Bohr Science Park, Copenhagen (competition win 2010)[3]
  • Carlsberg, Plot 8, Carlsberg, Copenhagen[4]
  • Danish embassy, New Delhi, India (competition win 2011)[5]
  • Nissan harbourfront development, Halmstad, Sweden (competition win 2012)[citation needed]
  • Residential development, Rostock, Germany (with Wuttke & Ringhof, competition win 2012)[6]
  • European School, Carlsberg, Copenhagen, Denmark[7]

Awards[edit]

  • 2015 MIPIM Award (Residential Development category) for Krøyers Plads
  • 2015 MIPIM Award (Future Mega Project category) for North Zealand Hospital

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects". d line. Retrieved 2013-04-24.
  2. ^ "Vilhelm Lauritzen wins media house project". Dagens Design. Retrieved 2013-04-24.
  3. ^ "Intelligent design". World Architecture News. Retrieved 2010-01-04.
  4. ^ "Carlsberg, Plot 8 Winning Proposal / Various Architects". ArchDaily. Retrieved 2010-01-04.
  5. ^ "Vilhelm Lauritzen vinder ambassade-byggeri i New Delhi" (in Danish). Building Supply. Retrieved 2010-01-04.
  6. ^ "Danske arkitekter på spil I Tyskland" (in Danish). Building Supply. Retrieved 2010-01-04.
  7. ^ "NORD Architects to design European School Copenhagen". World Architecture News. Retrieved 12 February 2016.

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