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  • The Magic Garden

    H. C. Andersen Museum, Odense

    Architect: Kengo Kuma
    Text: Eszter Götz
    Photos: Hans Christian Andersen Museum

    The new H.C. Andersen’s House in Odense is among the largest and most ambitious museum projects in recent times. For the past many months, exhibition designers, curators, artists, craftsmen and developers have worked non-stop on the building as well as the exhibition, and H.C. Andersen’s House will finally be revealed at a so-called soft opening in the summer of 2021 planned by Kengo Kuma & Associates. The museum site covers an area of 5,600 square meters, out of which two thirds will be underground, flowing into a magical children’s universe. The building intertwines with a labyrinthine magic garden. Add to this a wide array of the newest technologies and set design concepts, and together, they will bring Andersen’s magical universe to life.

    Architecture: Kengo Kuma & Associates
    Exhibition design: EVENT Communications Ltd., London
    Landscape: MASU Planning
    Architect of record: C & W Arkitekter
    Engineering design: Søren Jensen
    Consultant architect: Cornelius Vöge