Danish Architecture Center (DAC) is an international cultural landmark that spreads knowledge about architecture, construction and urban development with a focus on the future.
The Danish Architecture Center was established as a foundation with a financial basis based on a public-private partnership between Realdania and the state. The state is represented by the Ministry of Business, Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Transport and Housing.
Danish Architecture Center is located in BLOX in the center of Copenhagen and is part of the Copenhagen Cultural District. As a center for cultural and business development of Danish architecture, construction and urban development, the Danish Architectural Centre carries out professional, business-oriented and cultural events and projects with a purpose:
- To enhance cooperation between the architectural and construction industries so that participants can contribute to the development of architecture, construction and urban development together.
- Creating value for society as a whole
- To achieve greater interest and understanding of architecture among the general public