A thorough facade renovation of Top Denmark's domicile on Prags Boulevard brings the 1940 commercial building back to its original expression with large windows and plastered facade.
Oluf Jørgensen Consulting Engineers
The building is a representative of the conservation value of a "raw" area
The four facades of the building have been restored to their original large windows and plastered facade, thus becoming a building that represents the conservation value of an area with recent commercial buildings. The renovation will include the installation of new aluminium windows with profiles and mouldings close to the original windows.
Raw factory building with high ceilings
The property at Prags Boulevard 80 on Amager in Copenhagen was built in 1940 as a production building for Philips and was converted to commercial use in 1979. The building is constructed of plastered reinforced concrete and is designed as a square building with the west wing set back on the site. There are street facades facing Prags Boulevard, Strandlodsvej and Holmbladsgade.
Attractive business premises for varied companies
Old factory buildings with high ceilings, large windows and slender transoms where the light pours in have been in demand for several years. The renovation has therefore turned the old building into an attractive commercial space for modern businesses, while preserving the building mass for the benefit of the environment and a diverse cityscape.