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Kay Fisker Kay Fisker was born on 14 February 1893 in the Frederiksberg, Copenhagen. He entered the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1909 and while there worked at the offices of leading Scandinavian architects such as Anthon Rosen, Sigurd Lewerentz, Gunnar Asplund and Hack Kampmann parallel to his studies. In 1915, in collaboration with Aage Rafn, he won a competition to design the railway stations along the Almindingen-Gudhjem railway on the Danish island of Bornholm.
Kay Fisker After graduating, his career as a practising architect was dominated by numerous influential residential projects. Vestersøhus was built in from 1935 to 1939 by Fisker and C. F. Møller. It instantly became a model in Denmark for the balcony and bay window blocks of the time.
Kay Fisker From 1936 to 1963 Fisker was a professor at the Royal Academy and as teacher of the school's class on housing he was known as an inspiring lecturer with great influence on Danish housing culture. From 1951 to 1957 he was a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Kay Fisker Kay Otto Fisker, Hon. FAIA (14 February 1893 – 21 June 1965) was a Danish architect, designer and educator. He is most known for his many housing projects, mainly in the Copenhagen area, and is considered a leading exponent of the Danish Functionalism.
Kay Fisker A key building in his production was Århus University (1932–43), considered to be one of the most important examples of Danish Functionalism, which he designed in collaboration with Povl Stegmann and later C. F. Møller, and with Carl Theodor Marius Sørensen. Kay Fisker also designed the Danish Academy in Rome.
Ulrik Plesner (architect, born 1930) Plesner graduated from Herlufsholm School in 1955 and was employed by Kay Fisker between 1956 - 57.
Strandboulevarden No. 49 is the former Finsen Institute. The main building was designed by Gotfred Tvede and opened in 1921. The complex was later expanded by Kay Fisker and C. F. Møller in 1937. Kay Fisker has also designed Mødrehjælpen's building at No. 6. It was completed in 1955.
Dronningens Tværgade The Dronningegården Estate, which was designed by Kay Fisker and built from 1943 to 1958, defines a distinctive urban space along the street.
Rosenørns Allé The Functionalist apartment building Trekanten ("The Triangle")on the rounded corner of Rosenørns Allé with Åboulevard was designed by Kay Fisker. In collaboration with C. F. Møller,
Jagtvej Fogedgården and Fogedmarken are residential developments for senior citizens built in the 1940s to design by Kay Fisker and C. F. Møller.