→ DSB Byen (The DSB Village) is a homage to the repair and maintenance facilities of the Danish National Train Service located in southwestern Copenhagen. Built in 1909, the Village assumed a vital role in supporting Denmark’s economic growth during the 20th century, but has since been a sleepy industrial oasis where the workers of times past have been replaced by unwelcome visitors who sneak through the fences when no one is looking. DSB Byen is a project by Rasmus Folehave Hansen, Anders Gerning and Martin Ransby and takes form as a book published by Ransby Editions, and an exhibition that was a part of CAFx (Copenhagen Architecture Festival) 2016. If you want to know more you can read an interview (in danish) about the project here.


VESS, Copenhagen
10.03 - 20.03 2016
CAFx (Copenhagen Architecture Festival)

Rasmus Folehave Hansen

Rasmus Folehave Hansen

Rasmus Folehave Hansen

Rasmus Folehave Hansen, Anders Gerning, Martin Ransby

Anders Gerning

Rasmus Folehave Hansen

Martin Ransby, Rasmus Folehave Hansen

Martin Ransby

Greetings from K-Dog & Young


Published by Ransby Editions
2015: first edition, ISBN 978-87-997693-2-2

2018: second edition, ISBN 978-87-997693-8-4

148 × 210 mm, 56 pages, various printing techniques