Henning Larsen is a global architecture and urban design practice with a Scandinavian ethos. Henning Larsen shapes, challenges, and changes the physical environment at every scale with the overall objective of providing users with visionary, comprehensive, and sustainable design. Since its founding in 1959, the studio has completed projects in over 25 countries. Today, the studio is 300+ architects and specialists, with offices in Copenhagen, Oslo, Faroe Islands, Munich, Hong Kong, and New York City. 2019 marks the studios 60th anniversary and, as a celebratory gesture, this monograph dives into the past, present and future of Henning Larsen; what it has been, what it is, and what it is becoming. By keeping its name, furthering its culture, and venturing into novel territories, curiosity has been the hallmark of Henning Larsens legacy and will be in its future. The monograph covers projects from the past decade and includes the Moesgaard Museum, Kiruna City Hall, the French International School in Hong Kong, the Siemens Global Headquarters in Munich alongside the Mies van der Rohe-winning Harpa Reykjavík Concert Hall and Conference Center among others.