Elgaard Architecture Prequalifies for the New Viborg Museum
12 June 2018
In Viborg, the former court building will be renovated and converted into the new Viborg Museum, including exhibition areas, museum administration, local history archives, educational facilities as well as a museum shop. The building – erected in 1919 by Danish architect Christoffer Varming and a typical example of the classic “Jutlandic Manor Style” – is situated in the town’s historic Cathedral Quarter and categorised as preservation-worthy. The new Viborg Museum will be a modern city museum which will convey the stories of the dramatic historical events that have played out in Viborg during the several hundreds of years during which the town was the unofficial capital of Jutland.
We are looking forward to collaborating with CEBRA Architecture and Sloth Møller Engineering on this project.