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A selection of news stories featuring our projects.

Diploma for beautification and shortlisted to "Årets Arne"

The new entrance to Bispebjerg cemetery from Skoleholdervej has been recognized with a diploma by the society for the Beautification of the Capital Region, Foreningen Hovedstadens Forskønnelse.

The same project is also shortlisted for "Årets Arne", so members can vote for the small urban space that merges city and cemetery together, as both an arrival place and as a living room for the neighborhood.
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DTU Buiding 116 featured in 'Byggeri + Arkitektur'

In just over a year, one of DTU's most beautiful auditorium buildings, building 116, has been transformed into a modern and innovation-promoting learning environment. This is the latest in a series of renovations of DTU's auditorium buildings in Lyngby...
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LIT Award winner

Lightscapes and Museum South East Denmark awarded the 2020 LIT Design Award for the lighting design at Holmegaard Værk, in the category 'Visitor Experience & Museum Exhibition'
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Bispebjerg Cemetary reviewed in 'Berlingske Tidende'

Københavnershuden: "Copenhagen Municipality discusses urban diversity, but ordinary spaces win every time"...
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Light for Entrepreneurship and innovation 24/7

In DTU Skylab's new building, the light is tailored to entrepreneurship and innovation. The light supports a dynamic environment around the clock that inspires ideas and creation...
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LUCE Magazine: Profile of Iben Winther Orton

LUCE met Iben Winther Orton, creative soul of the Danish studio Lightscapes. We asked her to tell us about her idea of lighting and her experience of “healing light” in psychiatric hospitals, and we discovered how “good lighting makes us better people”...
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