Two projects featured in Munich as the Kaleidoscope of Scandinavian Architecture

The exhibition NØRÐÍC by AIT-Salon in Munich, focuses on the current architectural environment. Architectural offices from Denmark, Finland, Island, Norway, and Sweden provides an insight into how young and established Scandinavian architects deal with the tradition of Scandinavian Design and develop their own style.

Both the cultural project Moesgaard Museum and the commercial project Design Reisen are featured in the exhibit. Both projects embodies great strengths in the interaction with people - in the exhibit featured as examples of livable buildings, where people feel at home at once.

Both projects interact with their surroundings and give something back to the people and the city. Moesgaard Museum transforms the layers of the earth through dusty colours, wooden materials and concrete surfaces. Thus, guests will experience the museum like a journey through our Danish heritage. Design Reisen, a first class travel agency, offers Munich materials and colours with the lightness, secrets and colours of paradise holidays presented in secluded islands - creating a feeling that the journey starts already in the showroom.

The Henning Larsen approach to architecture includes fine interplay between space, daylight and people. An approach deeply anchored in Scandinavian tradition.

The exhibit is accompanied by the “Nordic Summit” programme on 10th of August 2017,, where Werner Frosch, Managing Director and Partner of Henning Larsen will give a lecture. The exhibition runs from July 21 August 28 2017 in Munich.

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