An architecture centre, co-working space and apartments are housed within a development of stacked glazed blocks by OMA, which creates a “knot” around a busy intersection in Copenhagen.
Blox incorporates the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC), offices for creatives and build-to-rent apartments.
Dutch architecture firm OMA was commissioned to design the development by the Danish philanthropic organisation Realdania back in 2006.
Nearly 12 years later, OMA has completed the project in Denmark’s capital, stacking green glazed blocks around the pre-existing road that runs through the site.
Rather than adopt a traditional mixed-use programme, with public functions at ground level, offices in the mid-section and housing units at the top, OMA chose to mix the spaces together.