Danish Architecture

Danish Architecture encompasses a range of architectural styles, including traditional, and vernacular architecture, as well as modern and contemporary designs. Characteristics of Danish architecture include an emphasis on simplicity and functionality, the use of natural materials such as wood, brick, and stone, and a focus on creating harmonious relationships between buildings and their surrounding landscapes. Some notable Danish architecture architects include Arne Jacobsen, Jørn Utzon, and Hans Wegner.

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