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Denmark Natural Science Centre

Denmark Natural Science Centre by NORD Architects

The new Natural Science Center Bjerringbro, Denmark has been designed by young architects with architectural NORD cylindrical structure. The Center for Natural Sciences of inspiration creates space for strengthening education in the natural sciences. Designed as a light tower iconography, the structure aims to promote the interest of high school age students and high school nationwide. Designed for Fonden Naturvidenskaberne Hus (House Fund for Natural Sciences), € 6.2million has been donated by Realdania, Viborg Kommune, Poul Due Jensen Fond and MFL.

The building of 2560 square meters, is a monolithic cylinder generated by a series of transformations. Externally, the building seems consistent with a reduction of the facade in different ways by the terraces, window openings and openings clear. The facade is covered with glass U-profiles which changes its character when the weather and changing light conditions. At night, illuminated from within, like a lighthouse on the beach. Inside the building there are experiments in different areas and flexible space internal connections. Natural Science Center is located on a hill north and the first thing you see upon entering the city. In the general field of "Garden of the natural sciences" will create an educational website and open to the public outside.

Morten Rask Gregersen and Johannes Pedersen, NORD Partners Architects says: "We are very proud of the result. He became a very good story to tell us that a youth office in collaboration with the client and the contractor has submitted a building in time and within budget. This center is an example of creating a new type of institution to future needs in terms of learning and innovation.