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THE OPERA HOUSE
The new opera house, Operaen, in Copenhagen has been the object of heated debate. In August 2000, the foundation of Mr. Mc-Kinney MA?ller, who is the prime industrial tycoon in Denmark donated The Opera to the Danish people and the stage opened in 2005. Since then many successful performances have taken place here and The Opera has become an integrated and beloved part of Copenhagen cultural life.
THE BLACK DIAMOND
The Black Diamond is the newest addition to the Royal Library on the waterfront, completed in 1999 and designed by architects Schmid, Hammer and Lassen. The black granit exterior is from Zimbabwe, cut and polished in Italy. Each stone slab weighs 75 kilos.
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The concert hall was built in 1956 and designed by architects Frits Schlegel and Hans Hansen. In November 2005 the concert hall reopened after a thorough refurbishment and today offers new and improved facilities, a restaurant and cafA� and also Europe’s longest saltwater aquarium.
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DR Koncerthuset in DR Byen – The Danish Broadcasting Corporation’s premises in Copenhagen’s new district A?restad North – is designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, who has designed the opera house in Lyon, the cultural conference center in Lucerne and the Arab institute in Paris. The blue frontage looks as if the building has been carved out of the sky. The screen is semi-transparent reflecting the environment, weather and current events. The interior of the concert hall is marked by fine as well as raw material. Grey concrete walls with irregular patterns in contrast to the shiny steel floors, laid in large squares.
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The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek consists of four buildings. The architect Vilhelm Dahlerup created the museum’s first wing, which was inaugurated in 1897. It was to house brewer Carl Jacobsen’s private collection of Danish and French sculptures.
It was named after his brewery, Ny Carlsberg, with the addition of Glyptotek, meaning collection of sculptures. Dahlerup also drew the museum’s Winter Garden, which opened to the public in 1906, the same year that the architect Hack Kampmann’s building for Carl Jacobsen’s collection of ancient works was
inaugurated. The museum was enlarged with a new wing in 1996, created by the architect Henning Larsen for the collection of French paintings.