Lundgaard & Tranberg

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Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter
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Practice information
Key architects Lene Tranberg
Founded1983
Location Copenhagen
Significant works and honors
Buildings Royal Danish Playhouse
Tietgenkollegiet
Awards6 RIBA European Awards

Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter is a Danish architectural firm, based in Copenhagen Denmark. It is most noted for the Tietgenkollegiet student housing in Ørestad from 2006 and the Royal Danish Playhouse on the Copenhagen harbourfront from 2008. Lundgaard & Tranberg has won RIBA European Awards three years in a row in 2006, 2007 and 2008. [1] [1] [2]

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History

Lundgaard & Tranberg was founded in 1983 by Boje Lundgaard and Lene Tranberg. In the 1990s, the firm gained a reputation as designers of heat & power plant and other technical facilities, while its breakthrough in the general public came in the mid-2000s with the Charlottehaven from residential project from 2004 and particularly the award-winning and highly celebrated designs for the Tietgenkollegiet student residences and a new building for the Royal Danish Theater. In 2004, just when the firm's major success set in, Boje Lundgaard departed, and Lene Tranberg continued the practice with a new partner group.

Selected buildings

Completed

In progress

Awards and recognition

See also

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