New project: Mariebjerg Chapel & Crematory
We are happy to announce that Elgaard Architecture has been appointed to restore Mariebjerg Chapel & Crematory in Gentofte, Denmark. The chapel is a monolithic concrete structure which distinguishes itself with a pure and simple form. It was designed in 1937 by the Danish architect Frits Schlegel who was one of the primary Modernist pioneers in Denmark. Keep an eye out for updates on our projects!
Review by Peder Elgaard in Arkitekten
In the latest issue of Arkitekten 06, Peder Elgaard has written a review of the book Lost and Found, Architectural Transformations by professor Christoffer Harlang. The book is published as the yearbook 2010-2012 for The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, School of Architecture.
Elgaard Architecture’s first Spring Reception
Yesterday, Elgaard Architecture conducted our first Spring Reception. Together with business associates and good friends we welcomed spring with a glass of cool rosé from Chateau Mukhrani and delicious Vietnamese nibbles.Elgaard Architecture wishes to thank everyone who attended and helped making it a great afternoon, evening and night!
Elgaard Architecture Presentation out now
We are happy to announce that our first official, printed introduction of Elgaard Architecture is now available.
Essay by Peder Elgaard in Global Danish Architecture
In the latest issue of Global Danish Architecture GD7, Peder Elgaard has written the essay Architecture in Transformation. With examples from Georgia the use of architectural heritage in development of cities is described.
Global Danish Architecture is published by Archipress M
CHATEAU MUKHRANI completion of first phase
The first phase in the reconstruction of Chateau Mukhrani in Georgia is inaugurated. The inauguration marks the completion of the restoration of the castle’s exterior and the rebuilding of its cellars. This year’s harvest festival will be held on the same day, and visitors will be able to experience the preliminary manifestation of the Chateau concept, which integrates high-quality wine and cultural heritage.
INFORMING THE OBJECT Research Conference
Peder Elgaard gives critique at “Informing the Object”, a research conference on research projects within transformation and architectural heritage under the auspices of Building Culture 2015, an initiative emanating from the Danish Agency for Culture and Realdania.
ELGAARD ARCHITECTURE established
ELGAARD Architecture is established as an architectural studio, specialising in the relationship between old and new architecture. From our base in Copenhagen, we work internationally in construction, transformation and restoration. We offer both classic architectural services and strategic consultancy services – architectural management.