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DANISH NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

PROJECT DATA

Name: DANISH NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM 

Code: SOF 

Date: 17/10/2013 

Program: Culture 

Status: Completed 

Size in m2: 5000 

Project type: Invited Competition 

Client: HELSINGØR MUNICIPALITY, HELSINGØR MARITIME MUSEUM 

Collaborators: Alectia, Kossmann.dejong, Rambøll, Freddy Madsen Ingeniører, KiBiSi 

Location Text: HELSINGØR, DK 

Location: (56.0389,12.6163) 

PROJECT TEAM 

Partner in charge: Bjarke Ingels, David Zahle

Project leader: David Zahle 

Project manager: 

Project architect: 

Team members: John Pries Jensen, Henrik Kania, Ariel Joy Norback Wallner, Rasmus Pedersen, Annette Jensen, Dennis Rasmussen, Jan Magasanik, Jeppe Ecklon, Karsten Hammer Hansen, Rasmus Rodam, Rune Hansen, Alina Tamosiunaite, Alysen Hiller, Ana Merino, Andy Yu, Christian Alvarez, Claudio Moretti, Felicia Guldberg, Gül Ertekin, Johan Cool, Jonas Mønster, Kirstine Ragnhild, Malte Kloe, Marc Jay, Maria Mavriku, Masatoshi Oka, Oana Simionescu, Pablo Labra, Peter Rieff, Qianyi Lim, Sara Sosio, Sebastian Latz, Tina Lund Højgaard, Tina Troster, Todd Bennet, Xi Chen, Xing Xiong, Xu Li

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

The Danish Maritime Museum has to be able to fit into a unique historic and spatial context: between one of Denmark’s most important and famous buildings and a new, ambitious cultural center. This is the context in which the museum must prove itself with an understanding of the character of the region and especially the Kronborg Castle. It will be a subterranean museum in a dry dock. We propose to place the museum underground, just outside the wall of the dock in order to preserve the dock as an open, outdoor display, maintaining the powerful structure as the center of the Maritime Museum. By placing the museum in this way, it appears as part of the cultural environment associated with the Kronborg castle and the neighboring Culture Yard, while at the same time manifesting itself as an independent institution. The dock creates a museum space as a cohesive floor plan which discreetly becomes lower and lower across the entire museum length. Simple accessibility ramps and bridges are added, cutting through the dock in a structural and sculptural way.

Location
HELSINGØR, DK

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