Yoo Apartments, Copenhagen Building, Philippe Starck Denmark, Danish Interiors
Yoo Apartments Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish flats project design by Philippe Starck + CF Møller Architects
page updated 4 Sep 2016
Yoo Apartments Denmark
Design: Philippe Starck
The Yoo building – 60 luxury apartments
Location: central Copenhagen
Interiors: Philippe Starck
Building: CF Møller Architects
Typology: former office/factory building from 1963
Status: first Phase completion was due in May 2006
Four design line options for any apartment
Yoo Ltd is run by Philippe Starck and British developer John Hitchcox.
Yoo apartments exist in New York, London, Hong Kong, Miami, with development splanned for Copenhagen, Århus and Aalborg.
Yoo Apartments Interiors : Philippe Starck
The Yoo building is located on a quiet street in the city centre.
The apartments are within a former office/factory building that dates from 1963. The building was completely renovated, leaving only the exterior walls and the horizontal divisions.
Architect for this residential property development in the Danish capital city : CF Møller Architects
Location: central Copenhagen, Denmark, northern Europe
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Hotel d’Angleterre renovation : C. F. Møller Architects
image from architect
Bella Hotel Building : 3XN
picture : Adam Mørk
Tivoli Gardens Hotel : Foster + Partners
image : Foster + Partners
YOO Denmark “contracted the architectural and interior design services of YOO, a global design firm owned by John Hitchcox and Philippe Starck This was done on behalf of CenterPlan, a leading Nordic property developer, to transform a disused 1950’s property block into stunning luxury apartments in Copenhagen city center. Marketing and branding was done in partnership with JaquesVanzo.” Published: August 9, 2012
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Nordhavn Station + Orientkaj Station
Design: Arup and Cobe
photo : Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST
Nordhavn Station + Orientkaj Station Copenhagen
Part of the Nordhavn metro line extension connecting the docklands to Copenhagen’s city center, Arup and Cobe have worked together to design two new metro stations, Orientkaj and Nordhavn, under the Nordhavn metro line extension. The recently opened public transport link unlocks the potential for the redevelopment of Copenhagen’s northern docklands, one of the largest urban regeneration projects in northern Europe.
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