About the guide
Danish Architecture Guide is your personal tool for selecting and assembling city walks to architecture in Copenhagen, Århus, Aalborg and Odense.
Danish Architecture Guide covers all major aspects of Danish architecture, from historical churches and monasteries to recent landmarks within housing, culture and industry. January 2010 it presents descriptions of 350 buildings and city spaces as well as 25 ready-made city walks. The guide will continuously be updated with new buildings, city spaces and city walks.
Danish Architecture Guide is operated by Danish Architecture Centre. On Danish Architecture Centre's Facebook page you can learn more about coming updates and new initiatives on the guide. The Facebook page is in Danish:
Danish Architecture Guide is also available for mobile phones:
Texts and photos in the guide are produced by Danish Architecture Centre in collaboration with the library at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture (KASB), Copenhagen Municipality, Århus Municipality, Aalborg Municipality, Odense Municipality as well as a number of writers, photographers and architecture firms.
Danish Architecture Guide was first launched in 2003 and re-launched in 2009. The guide is financed by Realdania and run by Danish Architecture Centre.
The website and mobile phone site are designed and programmed by B14. The mobile phone site is optimised for smartphones – i.e. the web browsers Safari (iPhone), Opera, and a few others.