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This autumn, three emerging architecture firms will have the opportunity to create their own exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre. Sted, Norrøn and Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter are all representatives of emerging Danish Architecture, and all have received a Dreyer Foundation grant for strengthening the business potential of newly established architectural firms. Read more…

On 16 September, the Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery in the Danish Architecture Centre opens. Read more…

After a comprehensive renovation and modernization Valencia in Vesterbrogade is now reborn as a historical gem in Copenhagen.

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The next team of Australian students going to Denmark in 2015 was announced at an event at the Sydney Opera House.

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Seven young architecture companies recently completed a course with support from the Dreyer Foundation.

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Five Danish students are going to Sydney this summer to participate in the modernization of the Sydney Opera House. The five students have been selected from a total of 60 applicants.

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In January five Australian students began their stay in Copenhagen as part of the exchange programme MADE by the Opera House launched by the Crown Prince Couple at the Sydney Opera House ‘s 40th Anniversary in October.

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Birgitte Refn Wenzel, lawyer and partner at Mazanti-Andersen, Korsø
Jensen & Partnere, has given the Dreyer Foundation Honorary Award in
acknowledgement of her long-standing engagement and devotion to
environmental law.

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The Dreyer Foundation Honorary Award 2009 has been granted to architect
Richard Leplastrier for his understanding of the true meaning of
sustainability, based on a philosophy best summed up by the motto: ‘Let’s
cultivate less!’

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