Press releases

Press Releases

Here you will find press releases from DISSING+WEITLING architecture.
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Dansk arkitekturprofil hædres af Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) - 1. november 2018 (IN DANISH ONLY)
Arkitekt MAA Poul Ove Jensen, Director of Bridges hos DISSING+WEITLING architecture, tildeles den 1. november 2018 et International Fellowship, uddelt af Council and Honours Committee of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Den prestigefyldte tildeling er en anerkendelse af Poul Ove Jensens bidrag til broarkitektur.

DISSING+WEITLING architecture tegner nyt hotel på Kalvebod Brygge - 11. oktober 2018 (IN DANISH ONLY)
Holdet er nu sat med det team af eksperter, som de næste 3 år skal arbejde sammen om opførslen af et nyt bæredygtigt hotel i København, Scandic Spectrum.

DISSING+WEITLING architecture henter kommunikationsprofil fra designbranchen - 3. september, 2018 (IN DANISH ONLY)
Pr. 3. september 2018 er Susanne Bendsen ansat som kommunikationsansvarlig i DISSING+WEITLING architecture. Arkitektvirksomheden har dermed valgt en kommunikationsprofil, som har solid erfaring med såvel dansk som international kommunikation og markedsføring, og har et stort netværk i designfeltet.

Danish architecture firms join forces during Beijing Design Week - September, 19, 2018
DISSING+WEITLING architecture and KRAGH & BERGLUND Landscape architects are amongst the Danish companies participating in Asia’s biggest design event and attraction, Beijing Design Week 2018. Together, the two companies represent the Danish human-centered way of designing public architecture and urban spaces.

Scotland's new landmark is Danish design - September 5, 2017 (PDF)
It has taken 10 years to build Queensfery Crossing, Scotland’s new landmark bridge across the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh. It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on Monday. At 1.6 miles (2.7km), the Queensferry Crossing is the longest bridge of its type in the world and, at 210m (689ft) high, Britain’s tallest.

Nu indvies Orbicons nye domicil - 24. august, 2017 (ONLY IN DANISH, PDF)
Orbicon har fået vokseværk og samler aktiviteterne i et nyopført domicil i Høje Taastrup i udkanten af København. Den ambitiøse ingeniørvirksomheds nye fysiske rammer er tegnet af arkitektfirmaet Dissing+Weitling med fokus på at højne tværfagligt samarbejde, styrke virksomhedskulturen og øge medarbejdernes trivsel.

Xiamen completes world’s longest cycling skyway - February 2, 2017 (PDF)
Copenhagen-based DISSING+WEITLING architecture has designed an almost 8-km long bicycle bridge in the central part in the Chinese city of Xiamen. The skyway exclusively for bicycles isn’t only the first of its kind in China, it also happens to be the world’s longest. Construction was also completed in record time and the bridge started trial operations last weekend just in time for the celebration of the Chinese New Year.

DISSING+WEITLING architecture & COWI announced as winners of International Design Competition for a New Major Link in Guangdong, China - April, 14, 2016 (PDF)
Aesthetics - Functionality - Price. Those were the key parameters in the design competition for a new major link connecting the cities of Shenzhen and Zhongshan in Guandong province in sourthern China. The link will be 24 kilometre long and consist of two artificial islands, two bridges and the world’s widest immersed tunnel with eight traffic lanes in duel directions and with a capacity of 90.000 cars per day.

COBE, DISSING+WEITLING and COWI win international design competition for Køge North Station, Denmark - November 14, 2014 (download PDF)
Today, the Køge North Station international competition results have been announced. The winners are COBE, DISSING+WEITLING and COWI. Køge North Station will be a traffic centre and hot-spot for the entire Copenhagen area in a unique junction where high-speed trains, local trains and freeways meet. The project consists of a 225 meter long pedestrian bridge, a station, an associated park and ride facility and a vision model for the incorporation of these elements into the landscape. Køge North Station is expected to be completed in 2018.

Looking for another press release? Please contact Head of Communications, Susanne Bendsen