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    • 04 October 2016

      American Architecture Prize honors Henning Larsen Architects

      University of Southern Denmark, Campus Kolding, and Harpa Concert Hall in Iceland have been awarded silver and bronze in the 2016 American Architecture Prize.

    • The American Architecture Prize honors designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide.

      Henning Larsen Architects is proud to be a double winner in this year’s competition. The University of Southern Denmark has been awarded silver in the category Educational Buildings and Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, Iceland has been awarded bronze in the category Cultural Buildings.

      A prominent panel of jurors including design companies, media, museums, universities, and celebrated architects evaluated each design on its own merit based on characteristics of form, function, and innovation.

      The American Architecture Prize is set to become one of the most respected awards in the industry and aims to showcase the phenomenal talent and vision displayed by architects all over the world.

      About the The American Architecture Prize

      The American Architecture Prize is based in Los Angeles, California with the mission to advance the appreciation of quality architectural design worldwide.

      They aim to recognize individuals and teams who have made a substantial contribution to all areas of architecture. Those who push boundaries and set new standards are celebrated. Buildings clearly need to be practical and serve a purpose, but the The American Architecture Prize recognizes that excellence in architecture goes far beyond that.

      Read more on the projects
      Harpa Concert Hall
      University of Southern Denmark, SDU, Campus Kolding