Modern Contemporary Design


Video: Piles by ÖRNDUVALD

video_piles_ornduvald.jpg A shimmering reflection of the subway digging hidden behind, Piles by ÖRNDUVALD represents the massive quantities soil, water and rubble being removed during Copenhagen Metro’s major expansion project.

The installation, up until July, 2013, was selected for the Metro’s Byens Hegn – Cool Construction project to beautify its construction site walls through the city. The material is Air Display, a metallic foil disc product from BWS Germany.


ÖRNDUVALD is the Nordic team-up of architects Pétur Örn Eyjólfsson (Iceland) and Søren Oskar Duvald (Denmark). Via Yatzer.

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