Hack Kampmann


Hack Kampmann (6 September 1856 – 27 June 1920) was a Danish architct, Royal Inspector of Listed State Buildings in Jutland and professor at the architecture department of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus, built between 1899 and 1902, is among his best known works.

He was made a Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog (1897), awarded Dannebrogsmann (1906) and the King’s Medal of Merit in Gold (1900).

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Marselisborg Palace, Aarhus (1899–1902)

Aarhus Custom House, Aarhus (1895–97)

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Aarhus Theatre (1897–1900, with Karl Hansen Reistrup)


Viborg Cathedral School (1915–26, with Christian Kampmann and Johannes Frederiksen)

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St. Johannes Church (1902–1905)

Aarhus Katedralskole (cathedral school)

Sindal Post House

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St. Paul’s Church, Hadsten (1918–19, with Hans Jørgen Kampmann)

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Copenhagen Police Headquarters, Copenhagen (1918–24, with Aage Rafn, Christian and Hans Jørgen Kampmann, Holger Jacobsen and Anton Frederiksen)

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Frederiksberg CourthouseFrederiksberg (1919–21)

Building with central cupola and wings with Greek-style columns

Villa Kampen, Aarhus (1901–02)

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Heinrich Wenck

Vilhelm Dahlerup

Martin Nyrop

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Fortifications of Copenhagen

Kastellet and the Fortification Ring, Copenhagen, Denmark

Københavns Toldbod – Copenhagen Custom Tax Buildings

Københavns Frihavn – Copenhagen Freeport

Rosenborg Castle

Christiansborg Slot – Christiansborg Castle

Christiansborg Bunker

Amalienborg Palace

Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg City Hall / Command Central

Moltke’s Mansion

The Lur Blowers Monument

Copenhagen 1960s

Copenhagen, Denmark

Winter in Denmark


King of the hill: Elephants, elegance and 170 years of Carlsberg


Retired crane becomes luxury-retreat




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