The most surprising new architecture from Denmark
take place inside and around buildings. Some architects can evoke
places that vibrate with a special intense atmosphere. Through the works
of Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects, the author Karsten R.S.
Ifversen elaborates on the art of making architecture vibrate on the
spot, in people and in time. He explains how these buildings have made
Lundgaard & Tranberg amongst the most important Danish architects of
our time: “They take a Nordic tradition and the place’s conditions as
their starting point, but their will to renew architecture exceeds the
bare room.” Ifversen holds a Master of Arts in philosophy and modern
culture and is the architecture editor at the Danish newspaper
Politiken. The photographer Jens Markus Lindhe was originally educated
as an architect and is Denmark’s most notable architecture photographer.