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12.12.18

Arvinius + Orfeus Wishes you a Merry Christmas!

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Just in time for the holidays – here are our recently published books, which are perfect to give away as Christmas presents!

Oslo – Learning to Fly
More has happened in Oslo over the past 40 years than during the previous 1,000. This is the first comprehensive presentation of the radical transformation of this former sleepy village into an emerging world city.

BLOX
An in-depth look at OMA’s construction work on Copenhagen’s waterfront. BLOX is more than just a building. It is a mix of homes, offices, exhibition spaces, cafés and public areas with a vibrant urban life.

Ett liv med Matisse, Picasso and Christo – Theodor Ahrenberg och hans samlingar
The story of how Sweden missed out on a world-class art collection and a museum designed by Le Corbusier. This is the first monograph on one of the most ambitious private collections of 20th century art, and its owner ‘Teto’ Ahrenberg.

COBE – Our Urban Living Room (Updated and Extended Version)
A look at COBE’s projects of the past ten years, and a story about Copenhagen’s architectural development and how it affects the conditions of people’s lives. Now in an updated and extended edition.

Travelling Architect – The Streets of Stockholm
Support Doctors without Borders!

Buy Travelling Architect – The Streets of Stockholmby Pontus Lomar for Christmas, along with an original watercolour painting from the book (125 x 180 mm) in a white frame, and support Doctors without Borders.

Lifting the Gaze – JUUL | FROST Architects
Helle Juul and Flemming Frost lift their gazes from the drawing board and give their own practice a critical examination. Simultaneously, they examine and reflect on the architect’s role in society.

Good Buildings on a Small Planet
Portrays eight Danish architectural firms that create new architecture where sustainability is not simply a question of consuming less, but also of giving more.

Vandkunsten – Housing / Renovation and Transformation
Parts of a series of publications on Vandkunsten’s current projects. Its intention is to inspire others in the business – architects, builders, advisors and students – through a more in-depth introduction to some of the projects of the studio.

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