In 2021, Copenhagen Architecture Festival will focus its activities on the overall theme 'Landscapes of Care'.
Copenhagen Architecture Festival x David Lynch
Started in 2017, the conversation with Dorte Mandrup opens up both inner and outer landscapes and has become a fascinating tale of the conditions and nature of architecture today.
In order to change how we design and construct our built environment, we need to understand the impact of our decisions beyond the spreadsheet. This applies to how, where and with what we make our buildings.
Come join us on our visit to NORSN's new premises in a former textile factory for an exhibition about Greenland and the studio's projects at the controversial Arctic battlefield.
The importance of places for grief processing - film viewing, debate and a glass of wine in Asta Bar
How can architects help create the framework for a better life for vulnerable and battered families, thereby increasing collective well-being?
We invite you to lectures at KBH Museum on care and welfare architecture about Care Center Ringbo, which in the 1960s was a new break in care in the built environment.
Danish premiere of Tsai Ming-liang's new slow cinema masterpiece
The creative process is complex, difficult and personal. In these four portrait films, we come close to very different approaches to creating space and architecture.
CAFx asked Soft Agency three questions to learn more about their history and practice in relation to architecture and feminist thinking.
Municipal planning should counteract the negative trends of the time, with the larger cities being enlarged with suburban settlements without contiguous urban spaces
FIRMITAS UTILITAS VENUSTAS
Today, 1′4 of the city dwellers are under the age of 18. This can be accommodated
Politicians' indifference to the built environment is perhaps the greatest challenge edgy in the architectural profession. Until they are awakened from their toast speeches, nothing happens
Manifesto from Studio Other Spaces
Through the theme, we examine historical, spatial and strategic aspects of health in relation to the built environment
If the narrative of architecture manages to recreate an engaging and thought-provoking relationship with the circuit on which we depend as a species, then a new stepping stone has been laid in the Anthropocene paradise we call the city
The city is our chance to live sustainably. We intervene less in nature and use fewer resources, with the most people in the least place