Exhibitions

Backstage

April 21 – October 3, 2021

You encounter architecture every single day. But did you realize that architecture creates the framework for how you live your life – and live life together with others? We often know the facade, but not the story behind it.

Hello Denmark

June 8, 2020 – August 29, 2021

We pay tribute to Danish architecture and design and dive into the myths behind what that has made Denmark and Copenhagen popular throughout the world: the good everyday life.

SAS Royal Hotel

April 21 – October 24, 2021

The world’s first design hotel celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2020. The SAS Royal Hotel – now the Radisson Collection Royal Hotel – is one of Arne Jacobsen’s most iconic buildings.

Understanding the Impact of Architecture

April 21 – September 26, 2021

In the graphic series ‘Understanding the Impact of Architecture’ Kørner zooms in on architecture’s affect and impact on society.

Guidelines for the corona situation

Permanent installations

DAC Slide

Permanent art installation

Challenge your senses on a unique 40-meter, 4-story spiral slide.

We Dare You

Permanent VR installation

Do you dare to take the plunge? 

Puzzle House

Free admission in DAC Passage

A house, a chair, a den and a giant puzzle that can transform into anything you want it to be.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Living better lives

November 18, 2021 – April 18, 2022

How do you squeeze a family down to less than 40 square meters? How do we succeed in living more sustainably and green without compromising the quality of life? How can architecture influence Danes to live better?

Capture Your City

June 18 – October 7, 2021

For the sixth consecutive year, Danish Architecture Center is holding its nationwide photo contest “Capture Your City”, and all photography fans are welcome to join in.

Architecture Biennale in Venice

Con-nect-ed-ness

May 22, – November 21, 2021

For the Danish contribution to the 17th Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy, curator Marianne Krogh and architects Lundgaard & Tranberg are creating a sensory space focused on water as a phenomenon.