Danish Architecture Guide

Dronningegården

The building complex consists of red gable houses with inter-connecting patterned brick sections. From an architectural historic perspective the building complex is interesting because it is placed round a green urban space defined by distinct corners and tall, homogeneous structures. The western parts of the complex were built during the war, while the eastern corners were not finalised until 15 years later. The masonry consists of red and yellow machine-moulded brick laid in English bond with recessed joints. The curved arches, balcony sides and entrances are built of yellow brick.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 / By Kasper Egeberg

Last updated Wednesday, January 22, 2014

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