Danish Architecture Center

Dreyer’s
Architecture
Gallery

Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj

Exhibition period

November 1 , 2019 - February 16, 2020

Supported by

The exhibition is supported by Dreyers Fond.

Together with the Dreyer Foundation, DAC presents three talented and trendsetting architecture firms which in their own self-curated exhibitions show their visions for the future.

Meet the next wave of Danish architecture. In Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery three talented architecture firms create their own exhibitions – on show at the same time. Together, the exhibitions present the blooming scene in new Danish architecture and a special glimpse into the architects’ everyday lives, reality and visions for the future.

This autumn the architecture firms are Mette Lange Architects, Studio Elements in a collaboration with Mikkel Christiansen from Christiansen & Andersen and Ruralagentur.

 

Mette Lange Architects

Mette Lange creates architecture inspired by its surroundings. That’s why the studio often and literally moves into the site in order to investigate it. In the exhibition by Lange, you will step into a mega structure, a new space and a new perspective on the BLOX building.

Ruralagentur

Ruralagentur sheds light on the intimidating tendencies in society, especially the future of farming and rural areas. Join us when Ruralagentur moves the landscape into the industrial BLOX building and invites us to reflect and debate the challenges of the “urban age”.

Studio Elements x Christiansen & Andersen

What creates space? Studio Elements investigates the basics in architecture. Building blocks, compositions, materials. Together with a series of podcasts by Christiansen & Andersen they broaden your view on your own mental and physical experience of space.

More exhibitions in the same series

Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery 2018

Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery 2017

Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery 2016