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Henning Larsen Larsen studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, from which he graduated in 1952. He continued studies subsequently at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His mentors included Arne Jacobsen and Jørn Utzon.
Henning Larsen Larsen founded an architectural firm that bears his name, Henning Larsen Architects (formerly Henning Larsens Tegnestue A/S). From 1968 to 1995, he was a professor of architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In 1985, he established the SKALA architecture gallery and the parallel SKALA architecture journal, both entities of which continued until 1994.
Henning Larsen Henning Larsen, Hon. FAIA (20 August 1925 – 22 June 2013) was a Danish architect. He is internationally known for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building in Riyadh and the Copenhagen Opera House.
Henning Larsen Architects Henning Larsen Architects is an international architecture firm based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1959 by noted Danish architect and namesake Henning Larsen, it has around 300 employees. In 2011 the company worked on projects in more than 20 countries.
Henning Larsen Architects Henning Larsen Architects has its own Department of Research and Sustainability run by Signe Kongebro and Jakob Strømann-Andersen. The department takes actively part in climate and sustainability discussions and develops different design tools based on the newest knowledge within the field.
Henning Larsen Architects Henning Larsen Architects is known for their cultural and educational projects. Among them Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavík that was selected as one of the ten best concert halls in the world by the British magazine Gramophone and won the Mies van der Rohe Award 2013, which is the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture. Henning Larsen Architects also designed the Copenhagen Opera.
Henning Larsen (athlete) Larsen became the Danish national 5,000 and 10,000m champion in 1937, earning Helsingør IF's first running title. He went on to capture ten more national championships, nine in the marathon (1941, 1943–1950) and one in the 20km (1950), as well as coming in third place in the 10,000m in 1938. In 1946 he set the Danish national record for the marathon at 2:38:36 and competed in that year's European Athletics Championships, placing eighth in the marathon. His next major international stop was the 1948 Summer Olympics, where he came in tenth in a field of 41 competitors in the same event.
Henning Larsen Architects In 2008 Henning Larsen Architects opened an office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and in 2011 an office in Munich, Germany were inaugurated. The company also have offices in Oslo, Norway, in the Faroe Islands, and in Hong Kong, China.
Henning Larsen Architects After having worked both for Arne Jacobsen (1952–53) and Jørn Utzon (1958), Henning Larsen (1925-2013) founded Henning Larsens Tegnestue in 1959. With firm roots in Scandinavian design tradition, the office grew to one of the largest in Denmark. The first major project outside Scandinavia was the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Riyadh, establishing the firm's international reputation.
Henning Larsen Architects In the 1980s Henning Larsen initiated the architectural journal SKALA and an architectural gallery of the same name. As a professor in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Henning Larsen had the opportunity to invite great, international architects, who were interviewed in SKALA, to give lectures in the academy. This came to have a great influence on the new generation of Danish architects who acquired a much greater international vision than previously. The journal existed for 10 years.