The gallery or exhibition space of KADK - the Royal Danish Academy School of Architecture - is in a fine brick building on Frederiksholm that dates from the early 1860s. It was designed by Ferdinand Meldahl … architect, professor and inspector of the royal buildings.
There is an extensive programme of exhibitions and lectures here throughout the year including graduate shows by students studying architecture, conservation, design or fashion. Entrance is generally free and there is a small coffee bar.
The present exhibition is WORKS + WORDS but it finishes on the 5th May so this is the last chance to see a major exhibition by a group of Danish and Norwegian architects and teachers that explores the role of new ideas, thoughts and discussion and debate in architecture as crucial for development and change.
KADK Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 51