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Vilhelm Dahlerup Dahlerup was born outside Mariager in Northern Jutland, Denmark, the son of a provost. He received his first drawing lessons in Århus in 1853, then moving to Copenhagen to study at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts which he started in 1856. During his studies at the Academy, he won the Academy's silver and gold medals several times and finally a travelling scholarship. In 1871 he became a member of the Academy, in 1875 becoming a Professor. Dahlerup trained under G. F. Hetsch and J.H. Nebelong.
Vilhelm Dahlerup Vilhelm Dahlerup was a member of numerous committees and commissions, including a jury member at the 1876 World's Fair in Philadelphia and a jury member and co-arranger of the 1878 World's Fair in Paris. From 1870 he was an artistic advisor for the Port of Copenhagen and for a while he served as the house architect of Tivoli Gardens. For many years he was the preferred architect of Carl Jacobsen and is the architect behind many of the most known buildings at the Carlsberg site.
Vilhelm Dahlerup Jens Vilhelm Dahlerup (4 August 1836 – 24 January 1907) was a Danish architect who specialized in the Historicist style. One of the most productive and noted Danish architects of the 19th century, he is behind many of the most known buildings and landmarks of his time and has more than any other single architect contributed to the way Copenhagen appears today.
Dipylon, Carlsberg Designed by Vilhelm Dahlerup, the Dipylon structure was built in 1892, at a time when the Ny Carlsberg complex was still under redevelopment and far from finished.
Elephant Gate and Tower, Carlsberg The architect was Vilhelm Dahlerup who also designed the previous stages but not the new brewhouse which was designed by Vilhelm Klein.
National Gallery of Denmark The original museum building was designed by Vilhelm Dahlerup and G.E.W. Møller and built 1889–1896 in a Historicist Italian Renaissance revival style.
Carl Jacobsen Carl Jacobsens interest in the arts is also demonstrated by his brewery. He employed the leading Danish architects of the time, mainly Vilhelm Dahlerup, and the buildings were designed with great care to detail as seen in the Winding Chimney.
Dronning Louises Bro The bridge was designed by Vilhelm Dahlerup, and constructed between 1885 and 1887. The bridge is named after Queen Louise, King Christian IX's wife. It was listed in 1997.
Søtorvet At this point, the Queen Louise Bridge had still not been built. It was constructed a decade later to the design of Vilhelm Dahlerup, another leading architect of the time.
Nordre Toldbod The place where the royal challup lands is also flanked by two street lights topped by dragon figures which hold the fixtures. One of the dragons has red eyes. They were designed by Vilhelm Dahlerup and installed in 1892.