Copenhagen Building Developments, Properties

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Copenhagen Building Developments

Key Contemporary Architectural Designs in Denmark, Europe Built Environment

post updated 19 October 2021


Copenhagen Property Developments

We have 5 pages of Copenhagen Building Developments selections with links to hundreds of individual project pages. We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Denmark. Our focus is on contemporary Danish buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Copenhagen Architecture : news + key projects

Copenhagen Buildings : A-C

Copenhagen Building Designs : D-K

Copenhagen Architecture Designs : L-R

Copenhagen Building Developments : S-Z (this page)

Building Developments in Copenhagen

Guide to major Copenhagen Projects, alphabetical:

Sankt Kjelds Plads : Europan 11
Design: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
Sankt Kjelds Plads Copenhagen Building Developments
image from architect practice
Sankt Kjelds Plads Copenhagen
To clarify the two axes: The streets are actually crowded by parked cars. This needs to be removed to increase the attractiveness of the area for pedestrians and cyclists. Moreover, the space occupied by cars will be transformed into green areas and pedestrian paths. Space for cars will be limited to one lane, with a separate lane for cycles.

SAS Royal Hotel København
Design: Arne Jacobsen Architect
Royal Hotel Copenhagen Building Development
photo © Adrian Welch
SAS Royal Hotel Copenhagen
The hotel was designed by Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen for the airline Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). It was opened in 1960 by King Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid as the Royal Hotel.

It was also known as the SAS Royal Hotel. The hotel was renamed the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in 1994, when SAS signed a joint marketing agreement with Radisson Hotels. When SAS and Radisson ceased the marketing agreement in 2009, the hotel remained with Radisson and was renamed the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. In 2018 it was renamed Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen.

Scala Tower
Design: BIG
Scala Tower Copenhagen Building Developments
image from architect firm
Scala Tower
Visible from the Central Station, the Town Hall Square and the Tivoli Gardens, Scala on the Axel Square is located on a central traffic, cultural and commercial site in Copenhagen. The municipality has expressed a wish to let Scala house the new main library.

Sluseholmen Copenhagen, Sydhavnen
Design: various architects
Sluseholmen Copenhagen Building Developments
photo : Ebbe Forup
The atmosphere varies between an intimate canalside environment and areas characterised by a large scale and open views of the surrounding harbour areas. The houses are frequently located right next to the canals, while bridges, wharfs and waterside steps allow residents to get close to the water surface and dip their toes in the water.

Sølvgade School
Design: C. F. Moller Architects
Sølvgade School Copenhagen Building Developments
photo from architects studio
Sølvgade School

Stelling Hus, Gammeltorv
Design: Arne Jacobsen Architect
Stelling building
photograph © Adrian Welch
Stelling building

Taastrup Theatre
Design: COBE
Taastrup Theatre Copenhagen Building Developments
photograph : Stamers Kontor
Taastrup Theatre Building

Teglværk Bridge
photo from architect
Teglværk Bridge

T-Husene mixed-use development
Design: Steven Holl Architects
Ørestad Copenhagen
image from architect
Ørestad Copenhagen – housing

Tietgenkollegiet – Student housing, Amager
Design: Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter
Copenhagen Student housing
photo : Peter Guthrie
Copenhagen Student housing

Tivoli Concert Hall
Design: 3XN
Tivoli Concert Hall
photograph from architect
Tivoli Concert Hall

Tivoli Congress Centre project
Design: Kim Utzon Arkitekter
Tivoli Congress Centre
picture from architect
Tivoli Conference Centre

Tivoli Gardens Hotel, central Copenhagen
Design: Foster + Partners, UK
Copenhagen hotel building
image : Foster + Partners
Copenhagen hotel building

Tivoli Gardens / Tivoli, Indre By

Tivoli Gardens
photograph © AW
Tivoli buildings

Tuborg Nord – Rotunda
Henning Larsen Architects
Tuborg Nord
photo : Jens Lindhe © HLT
Tuborg Copenhagen

Tuborg Waves, Hellerup
Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter
Tuborg Waves
picture from architect
Tuborg Waves

University Gardens, Ørestad North
University Gardens Copenhagen Building Developments
picture : Arkitema
University Gardens Copenhagen

Urban spaces at Carlsberg
Primus arkitekter / streetmovement
Urban Spaces Carlsberg Copenhagen Building Developments
photograph from architect
Urban spaces at Carlsberg

Vartov Square
Hackett Hall McKnight Architects, Northern Ireland
Vartov Square
image from architect
Vartov Square

VM Mountain dwellings, Ørestad North
VM Mountain dwellings Copenhagen Building Developments
picture from architect
Ørestad housing

The Wedge
Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter

Copenhagen Business School
photo : Jens Lindhe
Copenhagen Business School

Woven Bridge, Copenhagen Central Park
MLRP Architects
Woven Bridge Copenhagen Building Developments
photograph : Jens Lindhe
Woven Bridge

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Copenhagen Buildings – no image & link

Teglvaerkshavnen Housing
Date built:2008
tegnestuen vandkunsten

Unibank Headquarters / Unibank A/S
Dates built:1995-99
Henning Larsen Architects
Unibank building
picture © AW

Vor Frelsers Church / Vor Frelsers Kirke, Sankt Annæ Gade 29, Christianshavn
Dates built:1682-96
Architect n/a
Vor Frelsers Kirke Copenhagen Building Developments
photograph © AW

Yoo building, Copenhagen
Philippe Starck
Yoo Copenhagen

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Copenhagen Architecture

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