J Mayer H architects have completed an extension to the Danfoss Universe science park in Nordburg, Denmark.More images after the jump.
The extension consists of two new buildings: a Curiosity Center and a cafe. The new buildings rise up from the ground and provide spaces which articulate the fusion of outdoor landscape and indoor exhibition. This active ground modulates according to program and location in the park.
The endpoints of the buildings blur the line between building and park by offering inside-out spaces as display areas and projection surfaces related to the temporary exhibitions inside.
Silhouettes, as groups of land formations, define the unique newly programmed horizon line of Danfoss Universe.
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