Photo: Ehrhorn & Hummerston

The atrium, building 101

Photo: Vibeke Hempler

The atrium in winter...

Photo: Thorkild Amdi Christensen

...and in spring

Photo: Ehrhorn & Hummerston

The Assembly Hall, building 101.

Photo: DTU

Bastion walls in winter.

Photo: Thomas Hjort Jensen

Building 127

Photo: DTU

Building 311

Photo: Stamers Kontor

Building 324

Photo: DTU

Building 210

Photo: DTU

Original DTU building from circa 1974

Photo: Stamers Kontor

Building 328

Photo: Vibeke Hempler

Ole Nørgaard's Garden in the southern section of Campus.

DTU Lyngby Campus

DTU’s main campus is located north of Copenhagen near the town of Lyngby. More than 100 buildings are scattered across the 106-hectare great plain, which is divided into four quadrants – exactly like points in a coordinate system.

The campus is safe and secure and a site of great natural beauty: wooded areas, squares, inner courtyards and gardens, sports fields and a central avenue are nestled in the gaps between the buildings and combine to create an aesthetically pleasing architectural statement.

The architect duo, Eva and Nils Koppel and the landscape design copule, Edith and Ole Nørgaard, were commissioned to design the University in the forest.Construciton work began in 1960 and continued until 1977. DTU is currently investing more than DKK 4 billion in a comprehensive transformation of the university's buildings and infrastructure, read more on the transformation of DTU.

 

Find your way around DTU’s campuses

Download the free app DTU Guide and locate auditoriums, data bars, canteens, and people on DTU’s campuses.

Download app on App Store and Google Play by searching for ”DTU Guide”.

Please click on the map to see a larger version. 


Map of Lyngby Campus. Click on the image for larger map.