Danish Architecture Centre

The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) is Denmark’s national centre for the development and dissemination of knowledge about architecture, building and urban development. 

Our goal is to create broad interest in architecture, to clear the way for new ideas traversing traditional boundaries and to show how architecture creates cultural and economic assets for people, the industry and society.

We offer a wide range of professional and cultural activities, including exhibitions, educational programs, seminars, guided tours in the city, etc.

Most of the projects we carry out are performed in conjunction with Danish and international partners who share our visions.

The DAC's core funding is provided by a public-private partnership between Realdania and the Danish government. The government is represented by: the Danish Ministry for Business and Growth, the Danish Ministry of Culture and the Danish Ministry of Transport and Building.

Membership Category: 
Founding Member
Address: 
Strandgade 27B
DK 1401  Copenhagen
Denmark
+ 4532 57 1930
Founding Date: 
1986
Number of Employees: 
51-200 employees
Programs: 
Design Competitions
Exhibitions
Family Programs
Film Screenings
Lectures/Public Programs
Publications
Shops/Retail
Study Trips
Tours
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