PETERSEN no. 42 has just been published and is now on its way to readers all over the world. The new edition features an article about the new Museum de Lakenhal in the Netherlands, where Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven have so beautifully integrated their additions to the museum into the historic city of Leiden. Also featured is the new Vindinge Parish Hall in Denmark, which the architects Cornelius Vöge have so consummately fitted into in the surrounding village. Arup, the company behind the latest additions to the Copenhagen Metro, including Cityringen, chose modified Kolumba to clad four of the new stations. You can read all about the fine textural results, which help anchor the stations in their neighbourhoods. The third Danish development presented in this edition consists of three residential buildings designed by PLH Architects in the former Freeport area of Copenhagen. Two articles present exciting US projects: a ticket pavilion in Brooklyn Botanic Garden, NY, designed by Architecture Research Office, and the new Goel Center for Theater and Dance in New Hampshire, designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects. Another article presents the new Lindéngruppen HQ in Höganäs, Sweden, designed by Petra Gipp. The British contribution is the beautiful Paradise Gardens, a housing development in London, designed by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.
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