History in short

Dome of Visions began in 2012 when Martin Manthorpe / NCC Construction Denmark and Flemming Wisler / NXT visited the Peoples Meeting Dome on Bornholm at the Danish Folkemøde and met the architects behind it – Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen. The temporary meeting dome, its construction, materials and function inspired the founders. In co-creation with the architechts, the curator Gry Worre Hallberg / SENSUOUS, small visionary citydevelopers and artists they created the first Dome of Visions.



The first Dome of Visions was build by NCC Construction Denmark in 2012/2013 at Krøyers Plads in Copenhagen. Mooved to Aarhus Pier summer 2013. It is situated at Søren Kierkegaards Plads in Copenhagen 2014-2015.

Architects: Benny Jepsen and Kristoffer Tejlgaard.
Partners in Copenhagen: NCC, The Royal Danish Library, Copenhagen Municipality & Sharing Copenhagen, Danish Architecture Centre.
Partners in Aarhus: NCC, Aarhus Municipality.

Visit the site of the danish Dome of Visions.

Photo by Jonathan Grevsen / Dome of Visions.



The second Dome of Visions was build by NCC AB in summer 2015 at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

Architect: Kristoffer Tejlgaard.
Architect inner house: architecture student Stefania Dinea, KTH winner of the Inspired by Space competition.
Garden: White Arkitekter.
Partners: NCC & KTH. IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet, Stockholms stad, Uniarts, Open Lab.

Visit the site of the swedish Dome of Visions.

Photo by Erik Mårtensson / NCC.
Follow the construction process on webcam.



A mini Dome of Visions was situated in Visby, Sweden for the Almedalsvecka July 2015.

Architect: Kristoffer Tejlgaard.
Partners: NCC.

Photo by Erik Mårtensson / NCC.


The third Dome of Visions is beeing build by NCC during summer 2016 at Pier 2 in Aarhus, Denmark.

Architect: Kristoffer Tejlgaard.
Partners: Aarhus Kommune, NCC.

Illustration by NCC.