Experimentarium: The Construction work has Begun!
The construction of the future Experimentarium – The Science Centre of Denmark – has begun.
Currently, the construction site at Tuborg Nord looks quite dramatic: The first phase of extending the science centre involves the demolition of a 30 meter section of the eastern facade of the ekisting building.
This has been necessary in order to consolidate the constructive base for a new upper addition of three floors, including a 6000 Sq.m exterior exhibition area, to the existing building. Most of the demolished façade will be reconstructed.
During the period of construction The Experimentarium exhibition has been moved to Papirøen (The Paper island).
Elgaard Architecture are performing the role as employers agent on the project with a total budget of 360 million D.kr. The Project management is overseen by CEBRA Architects.
Read more about the project here
Palægaragerne: Restoration of the eastern facaden has been completed!
ELGAARD Architecture are proud to announce that the restoration of the eastern facade on our 1932 car park has been completed! The facaden has now been restored to its 1937 design
View the project here
New Project: Bellevue Beach Master Plan
Gentofte Ejendomme of the council of Gentofte has appointed ELGAARD Architecture to project manage a master plan for Arne Jacobsen’s Bellevue Beach. The project will among others include conservation and development of the 1932 cast concrete changing rooms.
The project will be undertaken in collaboration with Øllgaard Engineers, Landscape Visions and The Danish Technological Institute
Elgaard Architecture Welcomes a new Architect to the Office, Mikael Schilling
Mikael Schilling has recently returned to Denmark after having spent seven years working as an architect in London, UK. He has more than ten years of experience working with architectural design on listed buildings as well as competitions and new build within conservation areas. Mikael is also a skilled and awardwinning architectural photographer.
Elgaard Architecture are happy to welcome Mikael as a new colleague and we are looking forward to our future collaboration.
Mariebjerg Chapel and Crematorium: First Phase Completed!
We are happy to announce, that the first phase of our project is now completed.
The complex has now been reroofed making it more sustainable without having compromised on the heritage assets and main architectural features of the iconic chapel.
Completed: Building Programme and Programme for Skagen Lighthouse, The Grey Lighthouse
We have now completed the building programme and programme draft for Skagen Lighthouse on behalf of Realdania Byg.
The programme has been developed through a close collaboration with the owner, Realdania, and The Danish Nature Agency, Frederikshavns Council, Skagen’s Tourist Association and Danish Ornithological Association as leaseholder and stakeholder respectively. There was furthermore held a workshop on the subject matter.
Based on the specified heritage assets of the lighthouse, the programme defines the practical framework for the establishment of a new nature centre focusing on birds and bird migration in the listed lighthouse on a spectacular location such as Skagen.
Season’s Greetings from Elgaard Architecture
This season’s Christmas card from Elgaard Architecture. If you have not already received it you can download it here.
Elgaard Architecture is expanding
Elgaard Architecture is a busy place. It is therefore with outmost pleasure that we welcome our new colleague, constructing architect, Asger Anderskouv.
Read more about Asger here
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.