Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen

 

Cand.arch, Architect MAA

 

Architecture, interior- & industrial design 

 

mail@mikkellangmikkelsen.dk

+45 29 90 74 25

 

 

 

 

C_Table

2014

 

Dining table made from solid oak. Additional PVC cover connects via velcro, allowing the properties and aesthetics of the table to change.

 

Client: BYBJORN

Status: In shops

 

 

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The Ugly Duckling

2014

 

A contemporary interpretation of H.C. Andersen beloved fairy tale character, The Ugly Duckling. The design figure is part of a concept which includes, book and figure.

 

Concept and figure: Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen & Mads Hanghøj

Illustrations: Sara Lillie Gornitzka    

 

Client: Aviendo Fairy Tales 

Status: In shops 

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Square + Rectangle

2014

 

The Square and The Rectangle are reinterpretations of traditional Nordic cubistic tables. The tables are designed with special attention to material, proportion, and craftsmanship. 

 

Status: Prototype

 

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Wood Casting

2012

 

Experimentation is an important part of any design process. This is where innovation is born and unexpected things occur. Wood casting is a series of material experiments, which investigates ways to join unexpected materials.  

 

Status: Experiments

 

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Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen, architect MAA from Aarhus School of Architecture, RIBA accredited MA program.

 

 

 

 
I am; architect, designer, artistic, maker, aesthetic enthusiast, curious, material nerd, socially conscious, content orientated, holistic, context sensitive, realist, human being.

 

 

I aspire to create places, spaces and objects which perform better, according to purpose.

 

I work from a Nordic founded, design philosophy.   

With the highest attention to my clients needs, it is essential to me that all elements in a design fulfils a purpose and are designed accordingly. That the selected materials, structures and processes, all support a specific vision.

 

By pursuing a perfect balance in the relation between form and function - material and immaterial, I aim to create meaningful and honest designs of quality, which adds value to the lives they stage.

  

 

I offer design work in small scale architecture, interior- & industrial design.  

 

 

Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen

Architect MAA

 

www.mikkellangmikkelsen.dk 

mail@mikkellangmikkelsen.dk

+45 29 90 74 25

 

CVR  34 30 84 62

 

Klosterport 4K, 3.

8000 Aarhus C

Denmark

New York Micro Living

2012

 

Compact housing concept, Williamsburg New York. Community housing with shared functions and outdoor common areas.

 

An urban typology that samples qualities from the suburbs. 

 

Status: Concept

 

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Villa Viften

2012

 

Single-family detached home. Cast in-situ vertical concrete slabs forms the backbone of the house.

 

The fan motion closes the facade towards the courtyard entrance and opens up the house towards the private garden.    

 

Private client

Status: Project state

Area: 350 m2 

 

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Circles and spheres

2016

 

A collection of handmade glass vases. Designed in close collaboration with the craftsmen. Inspired by lampworking techniques and the universal beauty of a floating bubble.

      

 

Client: About Form And Function

Status: In shops

 

Foto: Helena Toftegaard & Monstercircus   

 

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Tir Na Nog - The Merchant Room

2016

 

Extension of a traditional Irish pub. A Nordic cocktail-oriented interpretation of the Irish pub typology, with integrated secret whisky lounge, barbershop and café.

 

Client: Tir Na Nog - Irish House

Status: Built 

Area: 450 m2

 

Foto: Tommy Kosior 

 

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The Nightingale

2016

 

A contemporary interpretation of H.C. Andersen beloved fairy tale character, The Nithingale. The bird whistles and you can play it like a ocarina.  

 

Figure: Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen & Borg Brückner

Illustrations: Anders Frang    

 

Client: Aviendo Fairy Tales

Status: In shops 

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Villa Kildebjerg

2016

 

Detached sinlge-family home in Ry, Denmark. Brick house with integrated car shelter.

 

The house is a funkis inspired modern Danish home. 

 

In collaboration with MAA Rasmus Svingel        

Client: Private

Status: Under construction 

Area: 180 m2

 

 

 

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