If there is anything that is worth seeing when visiting Denmark, it is those one-of-a-kind buildings that have certainly made being in the country more interesting. From the treasured old structures to the innovative and more recent building complexes built, imagination was clearly at play. Because how can such magnificent structures be realized if there was no effort to surpass what has already been seen by the human eye?
One example of these buildings is the The Wave. It looks like as it name suggests, like two waves standing on ground. It was said to be inspired by the Sydney Opera House and the hilly landscape around Vejle Fjord. Its designers have been awarded for coming up with this exceptional design for a residential building complex.
There is a large bow-shaped building in Copenhagen called the 8 House or the 8-Tallet. When seen from regular perspectives, it looks like any big regular building. When seen from above however, it would look like a large infinity sign because of its various twists and turns.
Taking a canal tour will reveal rows of colorful and picturesque structures lining the waterbanks. The scene does not only reveal stories of history but also provides a restful sight for weary travelers. Old buildings are elegant and beautiful such as the old post office in Aalborg. The likes of Rosenborg and the Fredereriksborg Castle would show just how long beautiful buildings have been gracing the country with their presence. Even family homes offer interesting architectural innovativeness which will not fail in the general objective of beautifying Denmark.