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Ordrupgaard Museum
Copenhagen, Denmark

  • project Ordrupgaard Museum
  • architect Zaha Hadid Architekten
  • lighting designer Arup Lighting

Ordrup­gaard Museum houses French Impres­sion­ist art and Danish art from the Golden Age with an exquis­ite col­lec­tion of paint­ings by artists such as Monet, Gau­guin, and Ham­mer­shøi.

With an exten­sion to the build­ing made by star archi­tect Zaha Hadid, the museum has gained a strong archi­tec­tural pro­file. The exist­ing build­ing, built 1918 by Got­fred Tvede, was expanded to make rooms for spe­cial exhi­bi­tions and to enhance the sur­round­ings for the museum’s vis­i­tors. The museum has chang­ing spe­cial exhi­bi­tions and exhibits art in the open in Art Park Ordrup­gaard.

The light­ing con­cept for the public spaces was to pro­vide linear slashes’ of light that com­ple­mented and rein­forced the com­plex geom­e­try of the build­ing. Selux MSeries recessed was used to achieve this effect.

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