The DANISH ARCHITECTURE CENTRE opens its doors to a large and beautiful exhibition, the central theme of which is our community in urban space.
Many people think that architecture can be a bit dry and boring and that it is only for a small group of architecture enthusiasts who know all about style, history, new studios, etc.
This is by no means the case with COPENHAGEN IN COMMON.
The DAC has succeeded in creating an exhibition accessible to a wide audience. The exhibition is relevant to everyone, as 80% of Danes live in a big city, and many of the models of houses and outdoor spaces, for example, are suitable for the rest of Denmark.
The organisation is logical and the level of information on the posters is not too extensive. It is clear and informative without being boring.