Architectural Workshop of 1990


The Architectural Workshop is an architectural firm, centrally located in Copenhagen. The firm offers consultancy and planning services concerning new constructions as well as conversions, alterations and renovation of existing structures. Previous projects have included the following areas:

  • Residential buildings
  • Industrial buildings
  • Cultural buildings
  • Gardens and landscaping
  • Design and exhibitions

The firm is also involved in initiating and implementing various innovation and development projects – examples include the Market Halls on Israels Plads in Copenhagen, the New Garden Villages, The Danish Centre for Art and Science, the Hanging Gardens along Copenhagen Harbour, A Garden of Paradise in every Danish town, and Denmark's mobile exhibition pavilion.

Philosophy and mission

The Architectural Workshop accepts assignments of practically any character and scope, based on the belief that quality and improvements can be added anywhere and on any scale – from comprehensive planning projects where building and landscape interact, to the renovation of an unused loft space in a private home.

The firm is small, and intentions are to keep it that way. This fosters and promotes the close contact among the parties (client, builders, and advisors) in all the varied phases of a building project – a key factor in ensuring a beautiful outcome as well as a tightly managed budget.

 Architect, director Hans Peter Hagens MAA


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Arkitekturværkstedet Strandgade 30, 1401 København K tlf 33 13 27 25