An international competition initiated by Stavanger City Council for the lighting design of the Norway’s oldest Church, the surrounding buildings and city park.
Lighting design for canteen at Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Lighting design for Elephant House at Copenhagen Zoo
Lighting design for permanent exhibition at Danish National Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark
Lighting design for the multifunctional building 101 at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Lighting design for chapel at The Copenhagen University Hospital
Frederiksberg Shopping Centre in Copenhagen has undergone an extensive renovation. The reconstruction offers a totally new interior and lighting design that invites light and costumers into the shopping centre.
Public housing area Gadekærvej in Valby, Copenhagen is undergoing a major renovation, which amongst others includes the construction of a 600 m2 LED lit poem embedded in the house-ending wall. The art piece has been developed in a partnership between the area residents, poet Morten Søndergaard and Ramboll Lighting. The art piece has been named ‘The Wall of Dreams’ and was inaugurated in May, 2015.
Lighting design for Energinet's head office in Fredericia, Denmark
Copenhagen Designer Outlet in Taastrup wanted an exclusive, highly visible look to raise awareness among potential customers. Ramboll answered their call by designing a lighting solution with subtle interior lights and a distinctive façade to attract potential customers.
Daylight design for SEB bank in Copenhagen, Denmark
A comprehensive restoration is underway on Istedgade in Vesterbro in Copenhagen. One of the projects involves the restoration of the square in front of Maria Church. The project has been named 'The sun shines on us all' and includes a whole new street illumination, in the form of a prismatic light sphere hung above the square.
Lighting design for Götaplatsen in Gothenburg, Sweden
Lighting design for Danish National Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark
Lighting design for Langelinie foot and bicycle bridge in Copenhagen
Facade lighting for sludge incineration plant "Lynetten" in Copenhagen, Denmark
Jutting out into the River Thames from Gabriel’s Pier, stood Head Above Water, a 9-meter-high, interactive, Cross Laminated Timber sculpture. Creating a dramatic change to London’s skyline its intention was to provoke discussion to end mental health-related stigma and discrimination.