05febAll Day23marExhibitionGRADUATION EXHIBITIONDrop by and see all graduation projects(All Day) TYPE OF ACTIVITYExhibition

Event Details

New life for old buildings and urban areas, managing Europe’s refugee flows, sustainable solutions to environmental challenges and inclusive homes for young people, families and the elderly. In their Master’s projects, 40 new graduates in architecture relate to contemporary societal challenges.

Drop by the graduation exhibition AFGANG 2016 and discover innovative graduation projects that deal with physical planning, modernisation, renovation, new construction, furniture, and much more.

Engaging through architecture

New architects unfold the many different aspects of the discipline, question existing buildings and architecture, and give their proposals for sustainable change. Through architecture, they contribute to the positive development of society.

“We are seeing a growing commitment among our students. They are interested in the world around them, they relate to major contemporary issues, take part in discussions and give their proposals for how we can solve the challenges the world is facing. But they also look at our immediate environment, at changed family structures and the necessary transformation of existing buildings and our urban environments,” says Rector Torben Nielsen.

Opening hours

The exhibition is open from Friday 5 February to 23 March 2016.

  • 5 February – 18 March: Monday – Thursday, 10.00 – 15.00; Friday 10.00 – 14.00
  • 21 – 23 March: From 10.00 – 15.00


February 5 (Friday) - March 23 (Wednesday)