Here you can see a large review of the new book about Knud Friis and Elmar Moltke’s single-family houses, which was published in the
Author: Marianne Ibler
FRIIS&MOLTKE HUSENE is the story of how the Danish famous architects Knud Friis and Elmar Moltke changed Danish residential architecture with simple, economical and sustainably beautiful houses designed for ordinary people between 1950-1977.
It is written in Danish with a summary in English.
Architects, academics, doctors, school teachers, bakers, engineers, carpenters, bricklayers, professors, directors, gardeners, shop owners, postmen, artists, economists, truckers, etc., all had beautiful houses designed
The book “Friis&Moltke Husene” which is currently in the printing house is based on several ridiculous stories. The first house in the book, for
A few cyclists and cars pass by as I go to find the cardboard factory, which in 2021 was converted into modern townhouses on
Finally the beautiful Louisiana Museum of Modern Art has again opened after a long pause due to the corona pandemic. We are so pleased
Recent interview with Marianne Ibler featured on 3 entire pages in the journal Jyllandspostens Boligtillæg and on the newspapers frontpage on 6th December 2020
It was all about the recent book “News in Nordic Architecture 2020” and Marianne Ibler opinions on Nordic architecture today. Featured was also architecture
\”Bodil Binner goldsmith. The Story. The Profile. The Woman\”, skrevet af Nina Hald. The launch was held in time-slots due to the present corona-situation.
In the journal Byggeri + Arkitektur (10.november 2020) you find Marianne Iblers article “Vi mangler et manifest for miljøet og arkitekturen”! Check out the
NEW BOOK WILL BE LAUNCHED DECEMBER 3rd ! Jewellery shares common ground with architecture. Both are grounded in ancient crafts, with their own particular
Increased tourism creates opportunities for unique architectural projects in the Icelandic fjords. Complimenting the calm nature of the Icelandic fjord, the new visitor center
Self-sufficient cabinets on a five-acre island designed to provide guests with all necessary things in a compact and functional way. The Finnish designers Aleksi