Vilhelm Theodor Lauritzen en Classicdesign.it
Vilhelm Theodor Lauritzen was one of Denmark’s most important architects and a father of Danish Modernism. His designs express a clear idea that spaces and shapes should last for generations. Today, many of his projects remain as lasting examples of what was then a new and revolutionary approach to architecture in which form followed function. Among Lauritzen’s most famous and acclaimed works are Copenhagen Airport’s first terminal (1939), which is now known as the Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal, Radiohuset broadcasting building in Frederiksberg (1945), Vega music venue in Copenhagen (1956), and the Danish Embassy in Washington D.C. (1960).