KHR Architecture has been the architectural consultant for the transformation of a listed neoclassical courthouse into a modern office community.
Nomad Workspace is an office environment of approximately 2,500 square metres divided into private and open office areas, work lounges, café, common areas, meeting facilities and event spaces.
We transformed the interior of the building from cellular offices to an open office landscape - bringing the building back to its original spaciousness and character, in a reinterpreted version.
The vision for Kregmehusene is to create a special place that appeals to diversity and community. A place where people of all ages and backgrounds will be able to live out their dreams in a good, safe and community-oriented setting, where fellow human beings, nature and sustainability are key elements of the life lived.
The development will be approximately 16,500 m2 with a combination of social and private housing in a delegated developer model.
Kronen in Vanløse is to be revitalised, transforming the insolvent centre into a dynamic town centre with much more to offer than just shopping.
KHR is the architectural advisor for the real estate developer NREP, who will turn Kronen into an attractive meeting place in Vanløse for people of all ages via an active south-facing terrace.
In short, the reconstruction includes new functions on the first floor of the centre, new housing and improved outdoor spaces on the roof, and not least a completely transformed and upgraded "Metro square" on the south-facing terrace.
Ceresvej 19 is a newly built private residence in a classic residential area of Frederiksberg. To fit into the neighbourhood, the architecture of the house draws on classical elements, but reinterprets them to create an aesthetic and functional modern house.
The expansion of SDU with the health faculty SUND is based on a continuation of SDU's clear building structure and architectural design language, which KHR created back in the 70s.
The new faculty building links the New OUH with the existing SDU. The merging of the Faculty of Health and the University Hospital will foster collaboration between practice and research, thus providing optimal conditions for education, research and innovation in the health field. New SUND and New OUH, together a research and hospital project of 275,000m2 and a construction sum of DKK 6.3 billion.
KUA's architecture is the result of a competition won by KHR Architects in 1997. The first phase of the project was completed in 2002 next to the original university buildings, which have since been replaced by new ones in a second and third phase of construction on the so-called South Campus. The 6-storey university buildings with a yellow travertine stone façade face the then newly constructed canal and excellent outdoor spaces that help to link the longhouses and the whole campus area.
Ístak's domicile is one of many examples of how we create first-class architecture in collaboration with our client. In this case, the engineering company Ístak, which is also our partner on many projects to the north, most recently on the new school in Nuuk.
The architecture of the AdO Arena and Amalie Skram Secondary School in Bergen brings the school and swimming pool together in one large, well-lit building on Nygårdstangen in Bergen.
Architecturally, the school and swimming pool are integrated both visually and functionally. The school has just over 1000 students and has focused on both social and environmental sustainability.