Danish architect Henning Larsen (1925-2013) established his eponymous architecture firm in 1959. Often referred to as the “Master of Light”, the architect designed living architecture where daylight and a play between light and shadow became a core component of the design. Some of his most renowned projects include The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the Klostermark School in Roskilde, and Enghøj Church in Randers, Denmark Based in Copenhagen, the studio also has offices in New York, Oslo, Munich, Riyadh, Hong Kong, and the Faroe Islands. Inspired by Scandinavian design principles, the firm develops sustainable architecture focused on social spaces that encourage interaction and provide lasting value to its inhabitants and users. The studio specializes in cultural buildings, city halls, HQs, workspaces, and learning institutions. Awards and distinctions include several Danish Building Awards, LEAF Awards, and Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Awards.
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