Denmark is known for fostering several world-renowned architects, such as Jørn Utzon and Bjarke Ingels. In Copenhagen you will find several masterpiece modern buildings – we’ve picked out five of them, which we suggest you experience if visiting Copenhagen.
8TALLET: Award winning housing building built in the shape of a number 8 – designed by Bjarke Ingels.
The Black Diamond: The Black Diamond is an extension to the Royal Library and was designed by Per Kirkeby. The black facets mirror the sea and the sky at the harbor front.
National Aquarium Denmark, The Blue Planet: Northern Europe's largest aquarium. The water on all sides of the building is intended to give the visitors a feeling of being under water.
The Royal Danish Opera House: Danish architect Henning Larsen designed The Copenhagen Opera House, and a number of Danish artists have contributed to the decor.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen: Designed by Arne Jacobsen. The first skyscraper in Copenhagen and the world’s first designer hotel.