Amazing Views From These Wave-Shaped Apartment Buildings In Denmark

Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects are literally and figuratively making waves in Denmark’s cityscape with their latest housing design, The Wave. Sculptural and organic in form, the distinctive peaks of the apartment buildings are visible from rail, road and sea; a feast for the eyes in a country dominated by a flat landscape.

Located against the waters of the Vejle Fjord, the project has become a landmark that gives the town its own unique visual identity. A lovely public promenade along the eastern edge offers its residents proximity to a relaxed and friendly environment. The apartments come with large windows that offer fantastic views of the surrounding landscape.

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