Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter
Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter is a Danish architecture office founded in 1985 by architects Boje Lundgaard and Lene Tranberg. Today the practice is a partnership of seven people and a major group of employees.
Our practice is founded on the development and realization of original architectural concepts, elevating each individual project from the ordinary to innovative, visionary and poetic architecture.
The practice is shaped by the Nordic architectural tradition where humanism, craftsmanship, and simplification are regarded as central virtues. We view architecture as a public matter, concerning us all. At its best architecture rises above a narrow programme and becomes a generous gesture to the locality and society in a larger perspective.
Selected awards and recognition
2019 Axel Towers, Mies Van der Rohe Award (Nominee)
2018 Axel Towers, The audience prize - The Municipality of Copenhagen
2017 Kannikegården, Mies Van der Rohe Award (Top 5)
2017 The Kvæsthus Pier, Mies Van der Rohe Award, (Top 40)
2016 The Kvæsthus Pier, The Municipality of Copenhagen
2015 Sorø Art Museum, Wan Award
2013 Sorø Art Museum, RIBA European Award
2011 SEB, RIBA European Award
2011 The Habour Isle, RIBA European Award
2009 The Theatre Chair, Red Dot Award
2008 The Royal Danish Playhouse, RIBA European Award
" When You install a building in the sourroundings in which you happen to be, then the nature of the exercise is not to point the finger at the others but to try to interweave with them. Someone has once made an effort, while others may not have had the chance to do so. But we must live in these mixed contexts where everything is given in advance. "
Lene Tranberg in interview with Karsten R.S. Iversen