Plus Architecture’s Patric Przeradzki offers four key takeaways from the Scandinavian housing model. Przeradzki argues they can be applied in Australia to work towards healthier, safer and more cohesive residential communities.
This young and refreshing design exhibition, embedded in the city of Copenhagen and with an emphasis on Danish design, is over. We round up some of the most thought-provoking and memorable pieces here.
Could thinking like a kid be valuable in the workplace? Ku.Be by MVRDV and ADEPT is a new typology for a community building designed to encourage play and bring out the inner child in users.
Tired of being a grown up? Copenhagen’s KU.BE by MVRDV and ADEPT is a new type of community centre based around play, incorporating a mix of disparate building types into one, from library to cooking school and gym to theatre. And we love it.