Video clips about architecture

A service for those of you who like moving images. Something seriously interesting and informative about architecture with a dash of ironic and fun silliness.

Arkitektur TV – DAC Danish Architecture Center. Lectures in Danish and English (DAC)

Det Digitale Byggeri – Short videos (in Danish) about BIM and digitalisation (YouTube)

Graphisoft ArchiCAD – Videos about working with ArchiCAD and BIM (YouTube)

How To Architect – A sweet mix of fun and info (infun?!) about architects and architecture (YouTube)

And why not a little laugh provided by Monty Python – Monty Python – Architect Sketch

Danish buildings 1850-1970

Interested in the culture of Danish buildings – even though it is not the cool new stuff?

These are informative sites with 3D details and lots of images and descriptions of building types, techniques and materials. Also links to other informative related sites. (In Danish).

“He was a very busy business-nisse”

WHAT!? (Quote from “The Julekalender”)

SB is very busy these days before Christmas. Now sitting in the office looking at the snow slowly falling (and almost making Stengade look pretty!) trying to prioritise all the tasks.

Sharing of knowledge and ideas obtained from the various seminars and workshops attended lately will be posted after the completion of projects for clients.

Links to some of these seminars if you care:

Transforming the City – C2C seminar, Lys Lyd Luft – fremtidens sunde byggeri, SPIN – Sustainable Construction

Projects we are working on right now:

ArchiCAD BIM model of DTU building 118 for BIMlab in collaboration with Tværsnit Arkitekter

BIM model and animation of “Garaget” in Malmö in collaboration with ZARK

New first floor addition in collaboration with Byggerådgivning

New addition and renovation of villa in Allerød – sketch project

New villa in Køge – sketch project

New villa in Hornslet – under construction

Sketching in BIM follow up – Blågården new penthouse apartments and energy-renovation in collaboration with Rasmus Brodersen

Updating this website – simpler structure, cleaner look, more references, new functions, more sharing and a newsletter service.

Back to work!