Copenhagen Airport Control Tower Architect, Danish Terminal 3 Building Photos, Amager Design
Copenhagen Airport Building
Lufthavn København Terminal 3 design by Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, Denmark
26 Aug 2008
Copenhagen Airport Building
VLA won the invited competition for erection of a new control tower. With a height of 72 meters, the tower is experienced as a striking point of reference on the flat island of Amager.
Copenhagen Airport Control Tower Building:
Copenhagen Airport Terminal
The project comprises 3 main elements: The base building, the 21-storey high tower and the uppermost cab from which the traffic control function is conducted.
The tower is formed by a cross-section of a modified triangle where the broad side faces the airstrips and the small side faces Dragør.
The tower’s shaft is cast in concrete with a sliding form construction; cap and other functions are made of steel and clad with glass.
Copenhagen Airport Control Tower – Building Information
Client/Property developers: Naviair
Architects: Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects
Consultant Engineers: Moe & Brødsgaard A/S
Contractor: Pihl & Søn A/S
Area: 3.273 m²
Copenhagen Airport Terminal 3:
Copenhagen Airport images from Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter 260808
Copenhagen Airport Photos – Car Park Building
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark, northern Europe
Air Terminal Buildings
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Copenhagen Architect Offices – architectural firm listing on e-architect
Contemporary Architecture in the Danish Capital – architectural selection below:
Bispeberg Laboratory and Logistics, Bispebjerg
Design: Mikkelsen Architects
photograph : Hampus Berndtson
Bispeberg Laboratory and Logistics
Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen is a heritage-listed complex designed by Danish architect Martin Nyrop. The hospital is currently the focus of a master plan by BDP, and in anticipation of this, its logistics have been orchestrated by a new intervention on the campus — ‘Lab Log’.
Lynetteholm København – New Copenhagen harbour island
Design: COWI, Arkitema and TREDJE NATUR
image courtesy of architects practice
Lynetteholm, New Copenhagen harbour island
The new island will be established east of the city and in 2070 have a size of 275 acres. In Copenhagen, the Danish government and the City of Copenhagen have agreed to establish a new island that will eventually develop into a new, attractive district with room for more than 35.000 inhabitants as well as new infrastructure.
Copenhagen Harbour Gateway design by Steven Holl Architects, New York City
Bella Hotel design by 3XN Architects, Denmark
Buildings / photos for the Copenhagen Airport Buildings – Terminal 3 design by Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects page welcome