Urban & Landscape

News from LYTT

Stay updated on what happens in LYTT. News about projects, articles and people, and what the media writes about LYTT Architecture.
  • Oct 2021

    Team LYTT is one of the three teams who have been selected for the competition on developing the centre of Kongens Lyngby near Copenhagen. The task is to transform the political visions for the city into a future-proof development plan and 3 specific urban spaces. We have a highly skilled team consisting of JAJA Architects, NIRAS and Fremforsk Center for Fremtidsforskning, and we look forward to get started.

    Read more about the competition and vision for Kongens Lyngby here.

  • Oct 2021

    Every year in October, the architectural business, cultural institutions, and municipalities in Denmark celebrate and honor good architecture. This year the theme of the day was “New connections to nature”, and LYTT received the Architecture Prize for our project Troldhedestien – a nature trail that runs along a closed railway line near Kolding. The project was rewarded by the Municipality of Kolding for the functionality that lets everyone – no matter age or mobility, experience the spectacular landscape firsthand. 

  • Sep 2021

    LYTT has been selected to help the Municipality of Vordingborg develop a strategy for infrastructure, mobility, and tourism. The strategy will be based on inputs from the locals, and we can’t wait to get to know them and the beautiful Isle of Møn. 

  • Aug 2021

    LYTT is part of the winning team with Kjær & Richter, CCO Architects og AFRY, who has won the task of developing a new learning facility in NYE, a sustainable quarter in the Municipality of Aarhus. With the project name “Grobund” (breeding ground) we want to motivate people to learn new technologies and ways of learning. For example is 20 % of the teaching happening in outdoors environments. 

  • Aug 2021

    LYTT will be involved in the restoration of the National bank of Denmark - the iconic Arne Jacobsen's building.  The architectural work is an important piece in our cultural heritage and must be meticulously reconstructed. The building also has two enclosed courtyards and a huge roof garden which will be our focus area. The winning team consists of EKJ Rådgivende Ingeniører and Rørbæk og Møller as lead and with the Ministry of Development Brunei / Ove Arup and Partners, Varmings Tegnestue, Geo, DBI and LYTT Architecture.

  • Oct 2020

    Jacob Fischer, partner i LYTT, har i LANDSKAB skrevet en artikel om Krøyers Plads. 
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  • Oct 2020

    Together with AART Architects and MOE, LYTT Architecture recently won the competition to design the new urban spaces in connection to a sustainable office and community centre in Viby South. From the beginning, the vision for the development of Viby South has been to create a coherent neighbourhood with a mix of different residents.