The Wave building in Vejle is a good example of Danish architecture

The Wave building in Vejle is a good example of Danish architecture

Bølgen (The Wave)

The Waves is a residential landmark building at the Intel in Vejle.

The construction and design of the Waves (Bølgen) in Vejle have got inspiration from Jorn Utzon's Sydney Opera House and the hilly landscape around the Vejle Fjord.

The Waves is designed by Henning Larsen Architects and they are placed at the waterside promenade right to a marina in the Vejle Fjord. The plan is to create 5 Waves, but until now only two Waves was built, but all waves will be finished in ultimo 2017.

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7100 Vejle
Vejle, South Jutland
Denmark

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