The transformation and interpretation of a former factory building in the city of Copenhagen has created a workspace based on new synergies from inside to outside. The vast hall, which is proportionally long and narrow, was originally a part of the Lauritz Knudsens Factories, and used to manufacture electrical parts in the 1920’s.
The project involved refurbishment of the existing building, adding a mezzanine along one side, as a huge ‘piece of furniture’ providing 40 extra workspaces upstairs and diverse ‘laboratory spaces’ below for meeting, model-making, brainstorming and product research. The interior is defined by the spaciousness, with a ceiling height of 6.5 meters, and tall, narrow industrial windows. The verticality of the space is underlined through the rhythmic repetition of columns and windows, and the inserted mezzanine level creates a dynamic effect, and exciting new vantage points.
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