Lundgaard & Tranberg have won the competition for a new office building on Langelinie for ATP Properties.
The competition proposal takes form as a modern warehouse, setting new standards for sustainable office building. The approximately 15.000m2 building takes it place in the long row of ‘office’ warehouses on Langelinie Allé in Copenhagen.
The project has a very rational organization, with an open atrium that gives orientation, light, ventilation to the interior of the building.
The façade, with windows, dormers, and bays of various sizes, is motivated by the desire for an informal and lively expression. The composition simultaneously gives changing daylight conditions and views to all of the building’s users. The size and placement of the windows also ensures the reduction of heating and cooling requirements, resulting in a substantially lower energy consumption.
The other participants in the competition were Sauerbruch Hutton, Henning Larsen Architects, Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen, and David Chipperfield.