Exhibitions

Women in Architecture

May 13 – October 23, 2022
★★★★★ Kristeligt Dagblad
★★★★ Berlingske 
♥♥♥♥ Politiken
 

Get ready for never-before-told stories of women’s role in architecture when we open the doors to our “Women in Architecture” exhibition in the summer of 2022.

A Space Saga

February 12 – September 4, 2022
★★★★★ Berlingske
♥♥♥♥ Politiken

What does it mean to build a habitat for a place other than Earth? The most basic elements on Earth such as air, stable temperature, water and food are not available, and must therefore be considered in the design of a lunar base.

Capture Your City

June 9 – October 2, 2022

Capture Your City is a photo contest where you use your camera or mobile phone to interpret your city as it looks right now. This year we are zooming in on what it is that makes your particular city unique – the soul of the city!

Nature’s Party

March 10 – September 1, 2022
Mini photo exhibition

Join us on a journey into a sustainable future universe created by the idea-driven architecture studio Open Platform.

Permanent installations

DAC Slide

Permanent art installation

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

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.

We Dare You

Permanent VR installation

Do you dare to take the plunge? 

Copenhagen by Heart

Permanent installation

Copenhagen by Heart tells a love story about Copenhagen, filled with romance and broken hearts. Discover the very best of Copenhagen – and the worst

Upcoming exhibitions

Our Architecture

November 17 2022 – April 9, 2023

Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects has been creating architecture that functions well for people and diverse life situations for the past 100 years. Experience how architecture is an integral part of your life and makes a difference.

Mennesker foran BLOX

Copenhagen in Common

May 4 – October 22, 2023

DAC’s big summer exhibition is about what we have in common – namely architecture. It is what frames our lives. A good place to live, work and learn. A nice place to hang out. A safe place to move about. In the exhibition What We Have in Common, we present a wide range of Danish architects who are designing Denmark now and in the future.