Danish Architecture Guide


The house is built on a small, narrow site, which it fills up completely. The compact building mass acquires a light expression from the passage under the house and the large glass facades towards the street. Other materials used include galvanised sheet steel and raw concrete columns. The concrete columns are repeated inside, and the ceilings are lined with rough boards of chipwood, which contrasts with the delicate wooden walls and the floating glass boxes serving as conference rooms. The house is the domicile of the firm of architects itself apart from the ground floor, which houses a shop.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 / By Kasper Egeberg

Last updated Wednesday, January 22, 2014