Danish Architecture Guide

The Torpedo Hall

The original hall mainly consisted of one large room, where motor torpedo boats were built for a short number of years. A particular feature of the building is the public promenade leading through the building via a gate in the full height of the building.
The geometry is maintained by the large concrete columns, the roof trusses and the small canal. The new construction is built round an internal street on the second storey level west of the promenade and the canal. The ground and first storeys are used for parking, etc. A stairway connects the promenade and the canal with the internal street. The building contains 67 flats of greatly varied layouts and sizes from one to three storeys.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 / By Kasper Egeberg

Last updated Wednesday, January 22, 2014