We’re building the next exhibition

Our next exhibition: Aware – Architecture and Senses opens on March 22. While we build the new exhibition, some areas of DAC have restricted access.
We are open and you can delve into our permanent collection: So Danish! and Changing our Footprint, an exhibition that raises the question of what the future of environmentally friendly architecture looks like.

After the exhibitions we invite you to take a coffee break in our Café on the 3rd floor

Read about the new exhibition: Aware – Architecture and Senses.

Current exhibitions

So Danish!

Denmark’s national gallery of architecture

Danish Architecture Center’s first permanent exhibition on Danish architecture. The exhibition unfolds the history of Danish architecture from the Viking Age to present day and gives you the opportunity to travel into the architecture and understand how absolutely vital it is to our democratic society.

About the exhibition

Changing Our Footprint

November 17, 2023 – May 26, 2024

How do we succeed in creating a sustainable transition of architecture? Explore materials and methods of the future which can help pave the way for building on the planet’s terms.

About the exhibition

Articles, video and sound

Skiløbere på Amager Bakke
Guide

Lots of architecture offers something special in the cold weather. Here’s our guide to great winter experiences in Copenhagen.

DAC App

Explore Copenhagen

Anders Lendager på Konditaget
Podcasts

Listen to architecture

Articles, video and sound

Skiløbere på Amager Bakke
Guide

Lots of architecture offers something special in the cold weather. Here’s our guide to great winter experiences in Copenhagen.

DAC App

Explore Copenhagen

Anders Lendager på Konditaget
Podcasts

Listen to architecture

The City Map

Start your exploration of Copenhagen’s architecture on the floor just beneath BLOX. Here, you can walk around on a gigantic aerial photo of the city and get a complete overview. At the same time, it gives you the feeling of being a giant, stomping around – high above the city.

Explore the map