Danish Architecture Center

Exhibition Galleries group tour

Rasmus Hjortshøj

Exhibition Galleries group tour

Walking tour

Get an in-depth look at Danish Architecture Center’s latest exhibitions

DAC presents a wide-ranging collection of interactive exhibitions in 2019 exploring the work of well-known Danish architects such as Dorte Mandrup and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) as well as themes of sustainability, future trends in technology and design, and a contemporary look at handcrafted Danish traditions.

Join our exhibition hosts/guides for an in-depth, insider view of these exciting installations.


March 22 – May 26, 2019
Irreplaceable Landscapes: Dorte Mandrup

Danish architect Dorte Mandrup’s work is recognized by her thoughtful and innovative approach to a changing climate. Hear the ice melt, look upon the horizons in the artic, and experience how her design work around the world is inspired by nature. Learn more about her trilogy of Wadden Sea visitor centers in Denmark, Germany and Holland and the IIlulissat Icefjord in Greenland.

March 22 – June 2, 2019
Sustainable Cities

We’ve partnered with Roskilde Festival to highlight the ways that young people are taking action, challenging us to rethink our impact on climate change, and also giving us hope for a better future.

February 15  – June 1, 2019
Communities Between the Walls

How can art positively influence low-income urban areas? What is the effect when your local neighborhood is changed dramatically?

Coming summer – fall 2019

June 12 – October 20, 2019
BIG presents: Formgiving

Meet the rock star of Danish architecture – Bjarke Ingels. DAC hosts BIG for the largest-ever exhibition of the firm’s work. Discover their playful approach to architecture and get an inside look at how this innovative firm takes on huge future design challenges. Try your hand at recreating BIG buildings in LEGO in the exhibition.

Coming fall 2019 – winter 2020

The Future Starts Here

Our cities and societies of tomorrow are being shaped by new technologies available today. But what choices do we need to make in shaping this future? Experience the latest in AI, robotics, and smart design in this trend-spotting exhibition.

Made in Denmark

Denmark is well known for its design history. Explore experimental furniture from today’s designers, rooted in the Danish traditions of artistic quality and craftsmanship.

Practical Info

  • Meet: Danish Architecture Center Welcome desk, Bryghuspladsen 10
  • Tour ends: Danish Architecture Center
  • Duration: 1 hour

Bringing a group to Copenhagen?

In English, this tour is only available for private groups on the day/time of your choice. Find more info and get started by requesting a reservation.

3400 DKK (includes VAT) for up to 20 people.
Group rate includes entrance to DAC’s current exhibitions on the day of the tour.
Special discounts for tour operators and universities.

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