COPENHAGEN – Frame Publishers is organizing an architecture and design trip to Copenhagen for Mark and Frame readers from 8 to 12 June 2017. There will be a packed itinerary over the course of five days (Thursday to Monday) that offers exclusive access to the latest projects in the Danish capital. The programme includes access to work-in-progress sites – among which the Amager Bakke incinerator plant by BIG, the Danish Architecture Centre Bryghus by OMA and the Tingbjerg Library by COBE. Also included are visits to over twenty completed venues, such as UN City by 3xN, Maersk Bygningen by C.F. Møller and Axeltorv offices by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Travellers can further choose for optional tours to 20th-century architecture highlights in Klampenborg and Louisiana or new projects in Ørestad.
Forfatterhuset Kindergarten by COBE
The programme will be led by expert guides and project architects, accompanied by Mark editor David Keuning, offering insight and never-before-seen aspects of the very latest additions to the Copenhagen cityscape. Travellers will stay in the Kim Utzon-designed Wake-Up Hotel Borgergade in Copenhagen city centre.
Favrholm Conference Center by SeARCH
For more information on the travel programme, price, booking possibilities and travel terms and conditions, see frameweb.com/travel.