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    People, Daylight, Space

    Henning Larsen is one of the most progressive and professional architectural practices in the world. Our projects are generous and give people the opportunity to experience the unexpected. We challenge, shape and change the physical environment, constantly pushing the bounds of what is possible. We create living architecture born of curiosity and designed for people.

    • News

    • The Nordea HQ Promotes New Ways of Working

    • A Trading Floor that Challenges Conventions

    • A Town Hall Almost Hidden in the Landscape

    • In Competition for the Paris Opéra Bastille

    • Frankfurt Gets a New World-Class Learning Facility

    • The Healthiest Bank in the Nordics Opens

    • We Opened Our New York Studio

    • New Vibrant Kindergarten Encourages Movement

    • Honorable Mention for Munich Concert Hall

    • Henning Larsen Designs Street Lamp with Louis Poulsen

    • New Iconic Tower will be a Landmark of Manila

    • We Won the French Bid for the EMA

    • We Will Design New Urban Area in Gothenburg

    • We Won the Competition for Etobicoke Civic Centre

    • University of Cincinnati Breaks Ground for New College

    Featured Projects

    • Aarhus, Denmark

      Moesgaard Museum

    • Reykjavik, Iceland

      Harpa Concert Hall

    • Kolding, Denmark

      University of Southern Denmark

    • Munich, Germany

      Siemens Global HQ

    • Insights

    • Research
      Imke Wies van Mil

      Focused Lighting Helps School Children Concentrate

    • Category
      Sarah Müllertz

      The Importance of Furniture in Workspace Design

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      Signe Kongebro

      The Effects of Architecture Must be Guaranteed in the Long Run

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      Sarah Müllertz

      »Product Design Can Create an Icon«

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      Jacob Kurek

      The Best Cities are Designed With Knowledge

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      Nina La Cour Sell

      »Architecture is a Tool for Better Learning«

    • Blog
      Jakob Strømann-Andersen

      How to Reduce Pollution with Urban Design

    • Blog
      Jakob Strømann-Andersen

      3 Steps to Better Daylight in Buildings

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