Exploring Copenhagen

Virtual Tours via Zoom

Architecture Virtual Tours

We offer virtual tours to enjoy from the comfort of your desktop at home or at the office. We will guide you through a live session via zoom, alternating with information, videos, photos, floorplans and live voice-over explanations about the architecture, followed by Q&A.

Please ask us for an offer on price and time.

Our virtual tour offers


Brilliant, entertaining, horizon-expanding!


A nice lecture – especially in such an area, which develops in several phases, one would have completely lost track of the suburb alone. In this regard, this virtual tour from the big to the small, from planning to reality was superbly prepared and presented. So prepared for the next visit to Copenhagen you can even walk alone by metro suburb, but more beautiful with a qualified guide!

Virtual Tour 1.

Experience the ‘Sustainable borough of the future’ in Nordhavn!

Copenhagen’s north harbor (Nordhavn) is Scandinavia’s largest development project that will set a new standard for social, economic, and environmental sustainability while supporting Copenhagen’s long-term goal of becoming the first carbon neutral city in the world.

A former industrial dockland, Nordhavn’s transformation is the result of a progressive planning competition won by the local design minds of COBE, Sleth, Polyform and Rambøll in 2009. Over the next 40-50 years the fully-developed site will boast another 40,000 residents and jobs within an intelligent grid of blue-green recreational spaces, low-energy harborfront buildings, and sustainable urban development embedded in a walkable, transit-friendly environment.

This virtual tour will explore how the district’s old buildings, silos, and quays have transformed into new urban typologies blending the harbor’s industrial character with dynamic constructions, public spaces, and programming. With visits to projects including The Silo, Frihavnstårnet, and the activity-topped car park Konditaget Lüders, you will gain insight into the urban potenials of the ‘5-minute city’ and discover how future-energy solutions will become the new sustainability standard in Copenhagen.


It was a great presentation architecturally and allowed us to travel too!  You did a great job!  Thanks. (Architect office in Boston)

Virtual Tour 2.


A modern tale of a bird Phoenix at the Øresund

We will 'walk' around Hyllie, a commercial hub close to the Øresund Bridge, and the Western Harbour, a residential neighbourhood developed on a brownfield site. The sustainable neighbourhoods focus on the latest high-tech solutions and form Swedish flagships of energy efficiency. Both areas aspire to be in harmony with nature as much as possible, with diverse green space and a high biodiversity.


I really enjoyed and appreciated this new 20 min. format. The content presented was great! The film brought Copenhill alive. Congratulations!
(Anne Bokern Architour NL)

Virtual Tour 3.


Waste-to-Energy Plant & Recreation Center - BIG

BIG has built a manmade ski slope and hiking paths on a giant slanting roof of a brand new heating and power plant at Copenhagen`s industrial area.

Combining an artificial ski slope and recreational hill on top of a state-of-the-art waste-to-energy plant represents the latest innovation by local star architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group