OMA's Danish Architecture Centre opens - over a road

Blox, OMA's Danish Architecture Centre building in Copenhagen

Blox also contains flats, offices and restaurants

OMA’s new home for the Danish Architecture Center in Copenhagen has opened.

Blox, designed by OMA’s Ellen van Loon with Adrianne Fisher, was officially opened by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark before the doors were opened to the public.

The mixed-use scheme contains 22 flats, offices, exhibition and co-working spaces, a café and restaurant, book shop, fitness centre and an underground automated public car park.

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