Aarhus is the biggest city on the Danish mainland Jutland. Aarhus is known to be a hub of creativity and innovation and gives much access for citizens and visitors to engage with cultural productions and places of all kinds. Aarhus prides itself for many cultural events, museums, theatres and restaurants. ARoS is the art museum of Aarhus and the most visited institution in this city.
Either you sail or take a ferry to Jutland the view from the Aarhus bay is spectacular.
The Kattegat sea connects the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian coastlines. Sailing to Aarhus is one of the finest options if you have time and adventurous spirit in You.
Coming from the sea to Aarhus reveals newly established district Aarhus Docklands (2007) which is located in the harbour area. The construction site started developing new residential buildings the very same year it was founded. One of the first buildings finalised is the ISBJERGET residential living complex (2013) designed and developed by four architectural firms, the Danish CEBRA and JDS Architects, French Louis Paillard and Dutch SeARCH. The building especially attracts attention as to its shape, form and colour, standing much out from any other residential building in the world.
The Isbjerget residential building complex belongs to the category of modernist architecture and has been built, developed and finalised in the period from 2010-2013. The design resembles floating icebergs in the North Atlantic.
The complex exterior is in made out of white materials and have balconies made of blue glass.
The architecture of Isbjerget is unusual and each of the building blocks seems irregular in its shape, just like floating icebergs.